Domino's Pizza, Inc., is incorporated in the state of Delaware in 1960. It is a pizza delivery company in the United States, based on reported consumer spending, and has a presence internationally. The Company operates its business in three segments namely domestic stores, domestic supply chain and international. Domestic stores segment consists of its domestic franchise operations, which oversees a network of 4,596 franchise stores located in the contiguous United States, and its domestic Company-owned store operations, which operates a network of 390 Company-owned stores located in the contiguous United States. Domestic supply chain segment operates 16 regional dough manufacturing and food supply chain centers, one thin crust manufacturing center, one supply chain center providing equipment and supplies to certain of its domestic and international stores and one vegetable processing center. International segment is comprised of network of 5,900 international franchise stores in more than 70 international markets. The international segment also distributes food to a limited number of markets from seven dough manufacturing and supply chain centers in Canada (five), Alaska and Hawaii. The Company operates 16 regional dough manufacturing and supply chain centers, one equipment and supply facility, one thin crust manufacturing center and one vegetable processing center in the contiguous United States, and seven dough manufacturing and supply chain centers outside the contiguous United States. As of December 29, 2013, the Company has 10,886 stores internationally. The Company competes against regional and local companies, national and international pizza chains Pizza Hut (r), Papa John's(r) and Little Caesars Pizza (r). The Company is subject to various federal, state and local laws affecting the operation of our business, as are our franchisees, including various health, sanitation, fire and safety standards.