Why the CICIS pizza fiasco is a major story

If you were hoping that CICis was going to get the pizza industry back on its feet, then you may be disappointed.

But in this case, the pizzeria’s troubles aren’t just the pizza that is being recalled.

The real problem is a company called Regina Pizza that is making pizza that looks nothing like the company’s.

It is the first time in history that a pizza company has been shut down for what looks like faulty equipment.

It’s also the second time in as many years that a major pizza chain has shut down.

The story of Regina is not unique.

There are thousands of pizza businesses that are in the same boat.

The industry is in shambles.

The last few years have seen a surge in the number of pizzerias being shut down due to financial woes.

According to a study conducted by the consulting firm Avalere Research, pizza restaurants have been shuttered at a rate of 0.4 to 1.4% of the total U.S. pizza supply chain.

This is the same number of businesses that have been forced to close or close entirely in the past two years.

A survey by Avalere found that the pizza supply has declined by more than 40% over the past three years, from an average of $14.3 billion in 2013 to $11.3 in 2016.

There is a big problem with this data.

While the survey doesn’t say exactly how many of these restaurants have closed down, the report says that the decline is “largely attributable to foodborne illnesses and illness-related deaths, as well as a decrease in the quantity and quality of food supply.”

The report goes on to say that “pizza restaurants may have closed for various reasons, including, but not limited to, a decrease due to the increase in the amount of foodborne illness outbreaks and foodborne disease-related fatalities that have occurred.”

This has been the story for a number of years.

The first case of a foodborne infection caused by a tainted pizza occurred in 2014, and the FDA found that there was no reason for any pizza store in the country to be open.

The problem with all this is that there is nothing to show that these foodborne outbreaks have not happened in other cities, or that there has not been a similar outbreak in other countries.

This year, it’s been a problem for pizza companies as well.

For example, the number one restaurant in the United States, Domino’s, closed down because of the same foodborne outbreak that led to the shutdown of its Chicago-area restaurant.

While many pizzerios have opened up, it is not an easy task for anyone to survive on pizza alone.

Even if you are able to buy a pizza, it may not last as long as the pizza you ordered.

For many people, they are just not hungry enough to want to eat a meal again.

But that doesn’t mean the problem is over.

A 2016 study by researchers at the University of Michigan and Northwestern University concluded that the rise in obesity and diabetes rates has been exacerbated by the increased use of fast food.

According the study, this trend could cause a rise in foodborne infections.

It also states that “the rapid rise in diabetes and obesity, which has been associated with a greater prevalence of food-borne illness and illness mortality, could lead to increased foodborne-infection risk for Americans.”

This is a serious problem.

People are losing control of their weight and their ability to get enough calories to sustain a healthy weight.

If you are obese, you are more likely to get sick from eating the wrong type of food, as the CDC has noted.

If your weight is too high, it can cause you to overindulge, and if you eat too much of something, you may become diabetic.

And because these are all factors that can affect your overall health, it doesn’t take much to get someone sick.

In this situation, it makes sense that pizza restaurants would be closed down as well because of food poisoning.

The food is so dirty and the air is so hot that it can burn your skin and cause you serious burns.

And when food is contaminated with a food borne illness, there is little anyone can do to prevent that from happening.

The CDC estimates that about 15% of food produced in the U.K. and U.A.E. is contaminated.

According that report, it costs the U-K.

alone an estimated $40 million to protect food from foodborne contamination, which includes keeping a “healthy food inventory, the ability to disinfect food, and ensuring that food and raw materials are properly stored, processed, and stored in a safe manner.”

While the number and the cost of these costs are enormous, there are also some positive aspects of this situation.

For starters, people may finally be eating healthy again.

In 2015, the British Medical Journal reported that “over half of adults