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Frozen Vegan Pizza Company Launches Delivery Service

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A frozen vegan pizza company has brought forward the launch of its delivery service as people are encouraged to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic.

Award-winning One Planet Pizza’s new OPP Direct service allows UK customers to visit the website, and pick their preferred base*, toppings, and delivery day. The pies are delivered to your doorstep.

According to One Planet Pizza, its pizzas have a 20 percent lower carbon footprint than the typical meat and dairy alternative. In addition, the pies arrive in an eco-friendly box with instructions on how to re-use and recycle all the packaging.

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?One Planet Pizza Direct is now LIVE! We’re delivering plant-based frozen pizzas direct to your door!? ? ? ?Attention pizza-enthusiasts! We’ve got some seriously good news for you ? ? Due to growing demand from our loyal followers, we have decided to serve a little extra positive energy and news into the universe by bringing forward the official national launch of OPP Direct – our new home delivery service!!? ? ?As of right now you can purchase our delicious frozen pizzas on our new website within a few clicks? ? ?Choose to have your pizzas delivered on a Wednesday, Friday or Saturday to suit your new home-working life!? ? ?Access exclusive Direct-only flavours, and some of our best-selling classics with our wholemeal or classic base.? ? ?Your order will arrive in an eco-friendly box with instructions on how to re-use and recycle all of the packaging (direct pizzas have 20% less packaging than our normal store-bought ones). ? ? With the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping through the world, we at One Planet Pizza believe that now more than ever, we must be compassionate, supportive and caring as a community. So why not gift one of your pizzas to a loved one, or send someone else a care package? ? ? We are doing everything we can to look after our staff and follow Government guidelines, and will keep your safety our priority. ? ? ?Happy Ordering! Link in Bio Now!!? ? ? ? ? #Pizza #OnePlanetPizza #OPP #VeganPizza #Pizza #PizzaLover #PizzaIsLife #Vegan #PlantBased #VeganFood #Vegans #VeganForTheEnvironment #Vegan #VeganFood #PlantBasedPizza #PlantBasedDiet #PlantBasedLiving #PizzaBox #Motivation #WeMove #CarbonFriendly #Sustianable #Recycle #ZeroWaste #EthicalFood #PlantBasedPizza #SelfIsolate #Isolation #Quarantine #IsolationFood

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“With the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping through the world, we at One Planet Pizza believe that now more than ever, we must be compassionate, supportive and caring as a community. So why not gift one of your pizzas to a loved one, or send someone else a care package?” Joe Hill, co-founder of One Planet Pizza, said in a statement sent to Plant Based News.

“We have been quietly working on this new and exciting service for several months now, making sure everything works and we can offer the best service possible to our wonderful follower. We believe that offering as many people as possible the chance to have our frozen vegan pizzas delivered directly to your front door is the right thing to do right now.

“We are doing everything we can to look after our staff and follow Government guidelines and will keep your safety our priority. Shoppers can also add a note to ensure they receive their pizzas safely, even if they are self-isolating.”

*Wholemeal and classic bases are available. Gluten-free is set to launch soon.

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