A pizzeria and a delivery service have ended their business in Canada after a year in business.
The Toronto pizza delivery company, Pizza Shuttle, closed its doors for good on Saturday after a tumultuous year.
Pizza Shuttle said in a statement that it is closing its doors due to “irreparable harm to our business.”
In an email to CBC News, Pizza Launch, the delivery service’s parent company, said the pizzeria was “in the process of shutting down operations due to the overwhelming number of issues and concerns that arose in 2016.”
It said it has reached out to customers and that it will continue to work with Pizza Shuttle to address the issues.
Pizza Launch said it had a successful 2016 season and that its customers were delighted with the service.
The company said it is working with the delivery company to identify and solve the issues that arose.
Pizza Delivery, which had three locations in Toronto and Montreal, was incorporated in 2016 by Michael Gonsalves.
He told CBC News he was inspired to open the company after hearing from his father, who was working as a delivery driver.
Pizza Deliveries has operated in Ontario since 2015.
In the United States, Pizza Delivery has expanded to other cities including New York, Los Angeles and Seattle.
It says its pizza is served in more than 200 cities across the country.
In 2017, the company had more than 5,000 restaurants, including more than 400 in Canada.
The restaurant chain announced that it would close its Montreal location in March.