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Red Sparrow Pizza eyes expansion over next two years

The chain is looking for franchisees in key cities.

Red Sparrow Pizza said it is aiming to open new franchise-led locations over the next two years.

Franchise opportunities are available in Byron Bay, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.

Founded by Michael Craig and Shelley Scott, the vegan pizza brand opened its first site in Melbourne in February 2017 and then opened an additional location in Prahran. The team also has a food truck for events.

Red Sparrow Pizza’s menu is fully plant-based and their pizza dough is made using Napoletana techniques, having been fermented for at least 48 hours “to improve flavour and digestibility.” 

All their pizzas are cooked in Italian wood-fired ovens in just 60 to 90 seconds.

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