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Domino's Pizza to serve burgers on 8 August

It announced a sneak peak of "Burger Joint."

Domino's Pizza Australia will soon serve burgers to customers on 8 August.

Its official website and Youtube page posted a video about "Burger Joint" to announce its burger business.

"Finally, burgers are made to be delivered from the burger experts," read the texts on the posted video.

In a statement, Domino’s Pizza said its new Burger Joint Range is loaded with burger ingredients such as Aussie beef burger pieces, burger cheese, butter pickles and sauce. 

“You have never had a burger delivered like this before,” Domino’s ANZ CEO David Burness said.

“We have taken almost 40 years of experience as Australia’s food delivery experts and developed a burger specifically for the delivery generation. No more soggy bread rolls and limp lettuce. Domino’s is bringing home the burger – on a pizza!” he added.

Customers can order the new pizza flavours through the Domino’s App. Burger Joint Cheeseburger is from $10.95 (Large) and the Burger Joint Hamburger from $18.95 (Large).

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