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Vegan Pizza Company Launches Delivery Service To Meet ‘Growing Demand’ Amid Covid-19 Crisis

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Vegan Dough Co. has partnered with Deliveroo to launch a delivery system in London amid the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

The company, founded by entrepreneur Loui Blake, now delivers its plant-based pizza and doughnuts to three new locations in Wandsworth, with plans to expand to Islington and Crouch End in the near future.

Customers can opt for a No Meat Beast Pizza featuring marinated tempeh, seitan pepperoni, and ‘cheese’ sauce, a Nacho Average Pizza with lentil and bean chili, nacho chips, jalapenos, and sour cream, as well as Filled doughnuts with fillings such as ‘Nutella’, jam, custard, and ‘chocolate and cream’.

‘A forward-thinking brand’

In a statement sent to Plant Based News, Vegan Dough Co. said: “Whilst many businesses find themselves restricted, we saw an opportunity to bring forward our plans to open in London, given the growing demand for vegan food available via safe, contactless delivery.

“This first step into the capital furthers our mission of making more readily available and accessible sustainable, cruelty-free food. We are a forward-thinking brand that seeks to push the plant-based food revolution forward, even in times that are more challenging and require us to adapt our model.”

You can place an order with Vegan Dough Co. here

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