The new frontier in the pizza chain wars: single slices.
Pizza Hut, one of the top-three U.S. pizza chains, entered the single-slice pizza arena Tuesday at its York, Neb., and Pawtucket, R.I., locations.
If customers like it, Pizza Hut will eventually expand to locations nationwide, said spokesman Doug Terfehr.
Terfehr called the move a step toward "the next generation of what the restaurant can be like when it comes to ordering pizza."
Pizza Hut rival Domino's already sells pizza by the slice at 50 of its nearly 5,000 locations nationwide.
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