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Domino’s Pizza Adds Vegan Cheese To The Menu

by | November 26, 2019

Domino’s Pizza is finally following in the footsteps of its competitors and adding vegan cheese to the menu at all UK stores.

The new plant-based choice of cheese is set to launch early next year. The chain will also introduce vegan pizza bases, meaning customers can order completely animal-product-free meals.

The news was announced by animal welfare organization PETA, and is a decision the group has been encouraging Domino’s to make for several years.

The UK now joins Australia, New Zealand, and The Netherlands on the list of countries where you can order a pizza with vegan cheese at Domino’s.

The fast-food chain is also set to launch the plant-based options at three additional countries — although these locations are being kept a secret for now.

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The new dairy-free cheese will be available at all UK stores (Photo: Vladislav Noseek/Shutterstock.com)

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A number of pizza chains in the UK are already offering plant-based cheese on their pizzas, such as PizzaExpress, Pizza Hut, and Papa John’s. 

PETA announced it was “excited that the vegan domino effect has finally struck Domino’s” and went on to explain how going dairy-free can help the planet.

“Consumers who choose to ditch dairy spare cows immense suffering on factory farms and help combat the devastating environmental impact of animal agriculture.”

Will you be ordering a dairy-free Domino’s in the New Year? Let us know in the comments below!

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