Domino's Pizza India is proof that Domino's is working to live up to its mission to "think globally." Domino's opened its first store in India in 1996, and got off to a crashingly slow start. Until Domino's arrived, pizza was an unknown commodity in India. Unlike in America, where pizza is practically considered one of the five food groups. By using staples from the Indian diet and some clever marketing however, Domino's has grown to become the most popular pizza restaurant in the country. Customers can choose from existing pizza offerings, or create their own by selecting one of five types of crusts and layering on any combination of seventeen toppings. And Domino's Pizza India doesn't stop at just pizza. They also offer add-ons such as bread sticks, pasta and chicken wings. While many of these foods may be familiar to pizza restaurant lovers the world over, Domino's Pizza India works to offer foods that appeal primarily to the local pallet as well. And Domino customers can expect their orders in 30 minutes or less, an impressive promise given India's famous traffic snarls. Yeh Hai Rishton Ka Time.