Beyond Meat and Pizza Hut announced an expansion of their global partnership to bring new plant-based protein menu items to Canada. Beginning today, fans in the west end of the GTA (Mississauga, Etobicoke, Milton and Oakville) and Edmonton can order three new offerings featuring Beyond Italian Sausage™ Crumble. The new Beyond Meat topping is exclusive to Pizza Hut and available on pizzahut.ca or through the Pizza Hut app for contactless delivery or pick-up.
The delicious new menu items include:
The Great Beyond™: A specialty pizza crafted with the Beyond Italian Sausage Crumble paired with fresh veggie toppings that include sliced red onions and tangy banana peppers, served up on any Pizza Hut crust.
Beyond Italian Sausage™ Alfredo Loaded Flatbread: A crispy flatbread topped with Beyond Italian Sausage Crumble, roasted red pepper, creamy alfredo sauce and mozzarella cheese.
Beyond Creamy Alfredo: A savory pasta alfredo dish layered with Beyond Italian Sausage Crumble, onions, mushrooms and mozzarella cheese.
For those who want to customize their order, Beyond Italian Sausage can be added as a topping in building their own pizza or added to any existing pizza offerings of any size from Personal Pan Pizza to Large.
“As Canadians continue to seek convenient ways to incorporate more plant-based protein in their lives, we are excited to partner with Beyond Meat, a leader in plant-based protein, to bring consumers expanded choice across our menus,” said Devon Lawrence, Marketing Manager, Pizza Hut Canada. “The new Beyond Meat menu items taste incredible and deliver on the iconic Pizza Hut flavor that our fans know and love.”
“We’re thrilled to bring Canadians increased access to delicious and satisfying plant-based protein as the latest extension of our global partnership with Pizza Hut. The addition of Beyond Italian Sausage to Pizza Hut’s local menus enables consumers to continue eating the things they love, like pizza, without having to compromise on taste, health or sustainability,” said Hameed Jagani, VP of Global Strategic Partnerships, Beyond Meat.
Source : Beyond Meat via foodmarket.com (Urner Barry)
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