Pizza Hut Delivery is offering vegan cheese pizzas in all 347 outlets across the UK after extending its partnership with dairy-free cheese makers Violife.
Pizza Hut Delivery is finally making its vegan cheese available in all 347 outlets across the UK.
The launch follows the roaring success of its 2020 partnership with Beyond Meat, as well as a 19 percent increased demand for meat-free food.
Pizza Hut already offers vegan cheese from Violife in its dine-in restaurants after adding the option to menus in 2017.
However, until now customers ordering pizzas for delivery have not been able to add vegan cheese to their pizzas.
With the newly expanded partnership, customers will now be able to order vegan pizza straight to their home.
In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, Neil Manhas, MD & CFO of Pizza Hut UK & Ireland, said: “We’re always improving our menu choice without compromising on taste.
“We know meat-eaters and vegetarians alike are increasingly looking for more plant-based alternatives to our pizza menus, so we are continuously searching to bring delicious innovations to the table.
“With this new vegan cheese alternative rollout, we’re excited to now be able to offer more flexitarian and meat-free options while maintaining our signature branding and delicious flavour.”
Victoria Slater, head of Violife UK & Ireland, added: “We’re delighted that Violife is now available across all Pizza Hut Delivery locations in the UK, giving more consumers the ability to change their cheese option without compromising on taste.
“The partnership gives everyone who enjoys the taste of Pizza Hut the opportunity to have a positive impact on the planet by just simply switching out their dairy cheese.”
Keen to offer more meat-free options to meet the growing demand, the company also became the first UK pizza chain to permanently introduce Beyond Meat toppings to its menu.
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