Papa John’s Pizza in Sydney to be closed for a month due to paper shortage

PASADENA, Calif.

— Papa John’s is opening up a “pizza-delivery” location at the mall in Sydney for a limited time to alleviate the paper shortage.

The fast-food chain announced the change on Tuesday, saying it would provide pizza and other baked goods for delivery during the month of November.

“As our business expands across the country, we are excited to be able to provide our customers with pizza and bakery goods to ensure their daily needs are met, including when it comes to paper,” Papa Johns said in a statement.

Pizza delivery will begin Nov. 11 and be available from noon to 9 p.m.

Customers will have the option to pay for delivery in either cash or by credit card.

Customers who want to buy delivery may use a credit card or debit card, but Papa John is encouraging customers to use cash.

A delivery window is not available on Sundays.