Little Caesars to Test Plant-Based “Impossible Supreme” Pizza

by Compassion Over Killing Staff

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Today, Little Caesars announced a limited run of a new “Impossible Supreme” pizza using meatless sausage from Impossible Foods in Washington, Florida, and New Mexico. According to Chief Innovation Officer Ed Gleich, the new pizza will cater to the chain’s “loyal, mostly carnivorous fans” and is “likely just the beginning of plant-based menu items from Little Caesars.”

Little Caesars is jumping on board with many other restaurants in offering the plant-based meat, like Qdoba and Burger King.

However, the chain still isn’t cashing in on the sizzling demand for dairy-free pizza, despite competitors like Papa John’s UK–which recently launched a vegan hot dog pizza–as well as Domino’s Australia and New Zealand already dishing out vegan cheese.

Little Caesars is falling behind by serving misery with every single slice of mozzarella. Each year, over a half million cows languish on dairy farms, forcibly impregnated and separated from their babies, to churn out milk for its cheese supplier Leprino Foods.

By dishing out vegan pizza, the pizza giant will make kinder, healthier, and more sustainable options more accessible to millions of people nationwide. Help the chain see the sizzling demand for vegan pizza TODAY: Click to send a quick tweet! 

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