New Christmas Vegan Pizza Features Plant-Based Ham And Sprouts
One Planet Pizza Christmas vegan pizza The Crustmas Feast features a host of Christmas flavors - Media Credit: One Planet Pizza

New Christmas Vegan Pizza Features Plant-Based Ham And Sprouts

'We’ve wanted to create a Christmas special vegan pizza for a long time. Something that would shake up your traditional dinner'


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Plant-based brand One Planet Pizza has created a new Christmas vegan pizza offering.

The frozen Crustmas Feast features herbed tomato sauce, roasted red onion, Tofurky ham roast pieces, and shredded Tofurky turkey.

Other toppings include blue style cheeze, mature cheddar style cheeze, sweet cranberry sauce, and brussels sprouts. 

Vegan pizza

One Planet Pizza co-founder, Joe Hill, said: “We’ve wanted to create a vegan pizza Christmas special for a long time. Something that would shake up your traditional dinner and make you re-think centerpiece.

“The Crustmas Feast is going to be an exciting addition to the festive menus of plant-based eaters this Christmas. It will also save a few real turkey’s feathers from being plucked and well as ruffling a few amongst your close ones.

“Even better, our packaging is 100 percent recyclable and compostable – even Scrooge would crack a smile at that.”

‘Plant-based options’

Kerry Barker is the buyer at Ocado. She added: “We’re always looking to offer our customers new and exciting plant-based choices to add into their weekly shop.

“So we’re delighted that One Planet Pizza’s Crustmas Feast vegan Pizza is helping us to extend our huge range of vegetarian and vegan products on 

“This pizza is a deliciously creative way to showcase one of the U.K’s favorite foods at a special time of year.”   

The One Planet Pizza Crustmas Feast is exclusively from Ocado now and from One Planet Pizza Direct from November 6, RRP £5.49.

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