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Little Caesars Adds Vegan Option

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Little Caesars Adds Vegan Option

Little Caesars Adds Vegan Option

Little Caesars is the first national pizza chain to add a meat substitute to the menu.

The chain is testing the Impossible Supreme Pizza, made with plant-based sausage from Impossible Foods, in three markets starting on Monday.

Meat-substitute-based menu items are sweeping the industry, as Burger King rolls out the Impossible Whopper and other chains add their own meatless options.

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