There’s nothing cookie-cutter about Pizza Hut. Not our pizzas. Not our people. And definitely not the way we live life. Around here, we don’t settle for anything less than food we’re proud to serve.
More than 60 years ago, the Carney brothers borrowed $600 from their mom and set out to change the way the world experienced pizza. From our modest beginnings in 1958, Pizza Hut has grown to become the largest pizza company in the world. We have more than 18,000 restaurants in over 100 countries. No matter where you find us, we’re making sure each meal our customers enjoy is delicious, bold, and one-of-a-kind.
We don’t just make pizza. We make people’s days. Pizza Hut was built on the belief that pizza night should be special, and we carry that belief into everything we do. We deliver more pizza, pasta and wings than any other restaurant in the world. A true innovator in the pizza category, we were not only the first to provide America with Pan Pizza, but we were also the first ever to deliver pizza in space! We understand how to best serve our customers through tried and true service principles. We create food we’re proud to serve and deliver it fast, with a smile.
All of this is made possible by unlocking the potential of our team members. We promise that at Pizza Hut, you can become your best, make friends and have fun. Because we’re the pizza company that lives life unboxed.
And yes, we’re pizza people. But we’re also human people; we lead with our hearts and believe in giving back to the global community. Our global commitment through Pizza Hut: The Literacy Project is to help 100 million people around the world unlock their potential through literacy and reading. Already through the U.S. BOOK IT! Program, Pizza Hut encourages more than 14 million students and 37,000 K-6 in the U.S. each year to read by rewarding their reading accomplishments with praise, recognition and pizza.
We’re also focused on reducing food waste and fighting hunger in the communities we serve through our Harvest Program. Since 1992, Harvest has donated over 100 million pounds of food to local communities.
To learn more about Pizza Hut, please visit www.pizzahut.com.
- Store counts are updated following quarterly earnings and exclude units located on international U.S. Military Bases. Information on this page may contain dated information and should not be relied on as providing accurate or current information. Refer to Yum’s SEC filings and reports under the “Investors” section of our website for the most current information. Country populations obtained from The World Bank.