Papa John’s expands its vegan food range

Earlier in 2019, the pizza chain unveiled its first vegan menu in all of its 350 locations in the UK.
  • vaishnavi News Editor
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UK-based Papa John’s has expanded its range of vegan food with the launch of dairy-free cinnamon scrolls. These buns are stuffed with a cinnamon filling and topped with a drizzle of icing.

The Autumnal buns join other vegan food options offered by the pizza chain.

Earlier in 2019, the pizza chain unveiled its first vegan menu in all of its 350 locations in the UK. Papa John’s added three vegan pizzas to its menu, including the classic Vegan Sheese and Tomato, the fresh Garden Party With Sheese, and the spicy Hot Pepper Passion With Vegan Sheese.

The chain also unveiled a vegan version of its Marmite and Cheese Scrolls.

The new vegan options were launched after an online petition was filed by Animal rights organization Animal Aid, urging for Papa John’s to add dairy-free cheese gained nearly 30,000 signatures.

Todd Bradbury, Campaign Manager of Animal Aid, said, “By adding vegan cheese to their menu, Papa John’s will be showing that they are up to date with the fast-growing vegan movement. They will appeal to a much wider audience, be they vegans, those wanting to try vegan food or indeed those who have allergies to dairy products.”

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