Papa John’s Christmas Menu Helps Fight Homelessness With Vegan Pizza Option
Papa John’s is pleasing vegans and supporting homeless people this year with its new Christmas menu.
The limited edition menu features The Vegan Festive Pizza, which is made with a red wine gravy base topped with plant-based Sheese cheese. Brussels sprouts, parsnips, and carrots also come on the pizza underneath a drizzle of cranberry sauce.
50 pence from every sale of a Festive Meal Deal — which includes any large pizza and two classic sides for £19.99 — will go to homeless charity, Crisis.
“We’re really proud to be working with Crisis this Christmas” said Giles Codd, Papa John’s Marketing Director.
“Our ‘Christmas is Better Shared’ campaign highlights the fact that this should be a time for being with people and looking after each other, and what better way to do it than over a pizza with friends and loved ones.”
When ordering from Papa John’s online, customers are able to round their order up to the nearest pound to make an additional donation to Crisis.
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Vegan At Papa Johns
The pizza giant added vegan cheese to the menu earlier this year — a move which was a huge success from day one.
The addition of plant-based cheese to the menu arrived with a new range of meat-free pizzas. A number of plant-based side dishes are also now available, such as Hot Dog Scrolls, Sheese Potato Tots, and Sheese Crinkle Wedges.
Will you be ordering the new festive pizza? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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