It’s Not Delivery, It’s Digiorno - Evaluation Essay

It’s Not Delivery, It’s Digiorno - Evaluation Essay

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Steven Dooley EN100 December 06, 2007 “It’s Not Delivery, It’s Digiorno” Today, pizza’s come in different sizes, different prices, and any topping from cheese, to ham and pineapple, to meat lovers. When trying to find the right pizza to buy, people evaluate each pizza according to their own criteria. Whether it’s how much it costs, what toppings are on it, how large it is, or what brand name it is; if it doesn’t meet a person’s criteria they usually don’t buy it. If a pizza isn’t big enough or the right price I usually won’t buy it. Also, the pizza must look appetizing, must not take much time to cook, and taste wonderful. Pizza, today, is often served as the meal. It is a quick and easy meal for the family “on the go.” It may be accompanied by bread sticks, salad, or nothing at all. If it is going to be served by itself, size would be a factor to consider when buying a pizza. A pizza that is too small will not feed everyone; one would end up having to buy more food to satisfy everyone. A pizza that is too large will result in leftovers. If one is trying to feed a family of four, two parents and two teenagers, a Digiorno’s pizza would not be the best
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2010 for the course PHY 101 taught by Professor Higdon during the Spring '10 term at St. Ambrose University.

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It’s Not Delivery, It’s Digiorno - Evaluation Essay

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