Little Caesars and Impossible Foods Team Up To Release Vegan Sausage Pizza

May 23, 2019

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by | May 23, 2019

The American pizza chain known for their super-cheap $5 “Hot n’ Ready” pizzas, Little Caesars, has officially begun to make a very remarkable change to cater to vegan and plant-based customers. Teaming up with Impossible Foods, the brand behind the Impossible Burger, Little Caesars is finally hopping on the vegan chain with the result of this collaboration- vegan sausage pizza. Excited? We are. Continue below to read more about how you can get your hands on this new pizza.

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Little Caesars and Impossible Foods Team Up To Release Vegan Sausage Pizza

Announced last week, we can expect to see a lot more of Impossible Foods’ products besides their retail items and Impossible Whopper that they’ve partnered with Burger King to engineer. Now working with the popular American pizza chain, Little Caesars, the meat-loving brand has now embraced a different clientele- those who don’t eat meat.

With the Impossible Supreme Pizza now on the menu at 58 USA locations (and hopefully more, soon!), for only $12 customers will be able to enjoy a pizza showcasing the vegan Impossible sausage, mushrooms, green peppers, and caramelized onions. The president and CEO of Little Caesars, David Scrivano, seems very confident in this new addition to the menu and gives us hope that there will be more plant-based options at this chain in the future.

I’m confident that the Impossible Supreme Pizza will go down as one of the most surprising and satisfiying menu sensations of 2019. This is likely just the beginning of plant-based menu items from Little Caesars.

David Scrivano/ President and CEO of Little Caesars

Credit: Impossible Foods/ Twitter
redit: Impossible Foods/ Twitter
Little Caesars and Impossible Foods Team Up To Release Vegan Sausage Pizza

The Impossible sausage that will be featured in this Little Caesar’s pizza is vegan, halal, and kosher. The sausage has also been featured on their website as going on pizza and it looks freakishly close to the real thing!

Seeing Little Caesars, a historically “meaty” brand, listening to the demands of plant-based customers and delivering the Impossible sausage on their pizzas is revolutionary and I only hope that other major brands will continue to catch on to the plant-powered movement!

How do you feel about this collaboration between Little Caesars and Impossible Foods? Excited to try the vegan sausage pizza? What other vegan companies do you know that have been collaborating with others in order to bring veganism into the mainstream? Let me know in the comments below.

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