But now Domino’s has agreed to pay $4 million for the company-owned stored and other assets. They have confirmed the deal will be finalised in the coming months and they plan to have 20 stores back up and running within the year.
In the TV show, former employees and managers told how they were trained to relabel food items to reduce waste costs and extend their shelf life.
“The problem with systematically changing dates is that they can totally lose track of how old the food is. It can result in food old enough to be harmful to your health,” said Charlotte Kølln, the head of the Operation-X team.
It was revealed that 21 of the 30 stores were found to be breaking food regulations, while one Domino’s contained ‘rat-paw prints and massive amount of excrement.’