The sites in Newcastle, Nottingham and London’s Leicester Square follow MOD’s UK debut in Leeds and a second site in Brighton Marina, due to open next month.
Scott Svenson, co-founder of MOD, said: “We feel so lucky and excited to introduce more people and communities throughout the UK to the MOD brand, and we hope that as people discover and come to love our pizza, they will also come to understand our mission to make a positive impact on as many people as possible.
“More than anything, it is our hope to become a positive part of each of these communities – providing great jobs, career growth opportunities and making a positive difference in the community”
MOD Pizza was founded in the US by entrepreneurs Scott and Ally Svenson and has been expanding throughout the UK through a joint venture with Sir Charles Dunstone and Roger Taylor.
Dunstone said: “Along with the great sites in Newcastle and Nottingham, we are extremely excited to bring MOD to London’s West End. Opening in central London is an amazing opportunity for us to bring the MOD brand to life in a big way – showcasing our people-first culture and meaningful community engagement.
“Each of these strategic openings are building the momentum for our exciting growth plans for 2017 and beyond.”
MOD offers a range of 34 toppings, but interestingly regardless of toppings or salad ingredients, the price always remains the same at £7.87.
Each new site is expected to hire around 25 employees and will partner with a local charity on opening day, donating 100% of proceeds from all pizza sales, and a commitment to provide ongoing support to community based charities throughout the year.