Why this pizza franchise master is joining Australia’s first gnocchi chain

The Gnocchi Gnocchi Brothers discuss their growth plans. Image supplied
The Gnocchi Gnocchi Brothers discuss their growth plans. Image supplied
Pizza Capers founder Anthony Russo built something of a franchising empire over the years. Starting with one restaurant in Kenmore, he developed the business to over 120 international locations, before selling to the Retail Food Group for $30 million in 2012. Coming out of retirement, he has joined Gnocchi Gnocchi Brothers founders Ben Cleary-Corradini and Theo Roduner, and entered the business as “gnocchi whisperer” and hands-on investor. Russo told Inside Retail th

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