Sicilian pizza chain to launch in Italy

The Sicilian Pizza chain will launch in the country in October, the company said on Thursday.

The pizza chain will be named Pizza Napoli and will feature a menu similar to its parent company, Pizza Napoletana, according to a press release from the company.

Pizza Napolo will offer customers the choice of the classic Sicilian or the Italian style, the press release said.

It will be the second Sicilian brand in Italy.

The company said the Italian brand would feature the same ingredients as its parent, which it said is more than 60 percent of its sales.

The new brand will launch on Oct. 31, 2018, in Italy and other European markets, the firm said.

The company is the parent of two other Italian brands, which are both owned by Pizza Napolletana.

The Italian brand was launched in the United Kingdom in November 2016, and in Germany last October.

It is the second Italian brand to be launched in Italy, after Pizza Napolitana.

Pizza Napoli is owned by Italian conglomerate Unilever.

Unilev, which has its headquarters in Italy’s capital, Rome, is also the parent company of Domino’s Pizza.

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