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Pizza Hut UK About to Kill Sales Target With Its Jack ‘N’ Ch**se Pizza

by | January 20, 2019

Pizza Hut UK is without a shadow of a doubt, going to kill its sales target of 10,000 pies in a month with its jackfruit vegan pizza. The International pizza chain released a vegan jackfruit pizza on January 1st in honor of Veganuary.

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In a genius marketing ploy, Pizza Hut UK asked customers who ordered the Jack ‘N’ Ch**se pizza to post a picture on Instagram with the hashtag #IWantYouJack, which would enter them into a competition to win a one hundred pound gift card. The vegan jackfruit pizza is has a tomato sauce, corn, red onions, peppers, BBQ jackfruit, and Violife vegan cheese.

The pizza promised fans that if they sold 10,000 Jack ‘N’ Ch**se pizzas during the month of January, they would make it a permanent item on the menu. Well, we’re just two weeks in and the vegan pizza is so popular that it has pretty much smashed its target, reaching almost 9,600 sales already.

On Pizza Hut UK’s Facebook page, they posted their Vegan-O-Meter and exclaimed their delight in being so close to the target of 10,000. The company says just four hundred more to go and the vegan Jack ‘N’ Ch**se will be added as a permanent menu item.

Other Vegan Options At Pizza Hut UK

Luckily for vegans in the UK, Pizza Hut UK already offers quite a few vegan items including two other vegan pizzas. The Vegan Veggie Pizza which has vegan cheese, tomato sauce, spinach, sweetcorn, peppers, red onions, and mushrooms and the Classic Vegan Margherita which is made with vegan cheese and tomato sauce. The vegan-friendly company even has vegan bacon bits.


I’ve said this before (a few times), and I’ll say it again. Why does Pizza Hut in the US not offer vegan cheese? There’s definitely a demand for it, and it’s not that hard to source. The Brits get all the cool stuff.


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Julie Nealon

Associate Editor, New York USA | Contactable via Julie@raisevegan.com

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