Pancakes have been around for centuries and are a beloved breakfast staple across the nation. But surprisingly, one of the country’s most well-known pancake giants, International House of Pancakes, (better known as IHOP), does not offer a vegan version of the popular treat for the millions of conscious consumers who are hungry for plant-based options.
That’s why Compassion Over Killing is teaming up with Vegan Outreach to let IHOP know it’s time for a vegan pancake.
As public awareness continues to increase around the suffering of animals on factory farms, the harm to the environment from unsustainable animal agricultural practices, and the negative impact on human health from an animal meat-based diet, more and more people are looking to eat vegan food.
By serving up some delicious vegan pancakes, IHOP could lower its carbon footprint, reduce the number of animals who are suffering in the egg and dairy industries, AND provide a healthier alternative for its customers with zero cholesterol. It’s time for IHOP to join the ranks of restaurants that are starting to offer plant-based options, and cash in on the growing vegan market.
Dunkin’ is already looking at plant-based breakfast options, Burger King’s Impossible Whopper is currently reigning over fast food, and Beyond Meat is proving vegan’s staying power. Will IHOP break ground and be the first national chain to hear consumers and offer a vegan pancake?