Vegan Outreach Urges CPK to Add Vegan Cheese Pizza

By Taylor Radig, VO Campaigns Manager

Want Vegan Cheese Pizza
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Vegan Outreach has launched a petition urging California Pizza Kitchen to add a vegan cheese pizza to their menu and over 23,000 people have already let them know they’d support this animal-friendly dish!

With 30 million lactose-intolerant Americans, vegans aren’t the only customers who’d purchase a dairy-free option. In fact, the vegetarian and vegan food market has been exploding recently and is predicted to grow even further. Many popular chains have added a vegan cheese pizza—including Pieology, MOD Pizza, zpizza, Amici’s, and Blaze Pizza.

California Pizza Kitchen is currently expanding their menu, so it’s a perfect time for them to reel in the millions of vegan, dairy-intolerant, and health-conscious consumers and become the largest pizza company in the U.S. to offer a vegan version of one of America’s favorite foods!

Help us show California Pizza Kitchen they have a market for a delicious vegan cheese pizza by signing our petition!

Thank you!

5 thoughts on “Vegan Outreach Urges CPK to Add Vegan Cheese Pizza

      1. Hi Ekaterine,

        Thank you for your question! Just Mayo isn’t available in Australia yet, but most supermarkets stock “Praise 99% Fat Free Creamy Mayonnaise.” This product is vegan.

        I hope this helps!

  1. Why do we care?!?! Why don’t we just support the places that do carry vegan cheese and were on board without it needing to be demanded of them to do so. Are we that sad we can’t give a place that has supported dairy and make millions of profits off of it?

    1. Hi Jon,

      Thank you for your comment!

      Vegan Outreach thinks it’s wonderful to support vegan businesses, and we also believe it’s important to work with non-veg food businesses so restaurants will offer more vegan options—more options will likely increase the number of people willing to give vegan eating a shot! Also, a lot of non-vegans will choose a vegan option when they’d otherwise choose animal products at that particular meal.

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