TheStreet's Jim Cramer says investors should not be worried that the price of cheese has increased for Domino's because the increased cost will only affect the small number of company-owned stores, and Domino's is a franchise model. Cramer says this is an opportunity for investors to buy a high-quality stock, which went from $10 to $80 when CEO Patrick Doyle took over, and now that the stock has pulled back to the low $70s Cramer says investors should buy shares.

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