Quick-service restaurants to be held accountable for their inconsiderate decision-making
0 have signed. Let’s get to 200!
Have you ever experienced the euphoria of the day when you can finally order your favourite feshly baked warmth? After, the minutes spent browsing the menu that feel like hours; the anticipation of the arrival of the the boxed circle that feels years away, the warmth that the box transports to your stomach is heavenly. This warmth is something that even the purest pursuits of relationships cannot replicate.
I used to feel that.
Until, Domino’s India decided to scrap out my favourite pizza from their menu. This news, wouldn’t have been half as disheartening it is, if their decision was throughly planned out, and preferably customer approved poll sanctioned. More than anything else, it reflects on the growing apathy of multi-chain restaurants for their customers’ wishes and welfare.
I’ve always understood that accomdating unconventional, higly-debated flavours in the small space of a large company’s menu is a tough, wishful battle. However, if classics like Cheese and Pepperoni (which is not even pork-based) do not make the cut of their limited number of options, one can never expect the unusual ones to ever appear.
I agree that this issue in particular is rather petty, but it could be another step for companies disregarding their customers, to the point of insensitivity. Maybe, tomorrow it could be your favourite on the line.
A girl waiting for her pizza to be delivered in 30 minutes*
*terms and conditions applied.
Today: N is counting on you
N A needs your help with “Jubilant FoodWorks Company : Quick-service restaurants to be held accountable for their inconsiderate decision-making”. Join N and 155 supporters today.