Domino's Australia Hints At Vegan Cheesy Garlic Bread Release

The chain already offers vegan pizzas in Israel and Australia
Vegan Cheesy Garlic Bread
The Facebook post has received over 2.5 thousand comments (Photo: Facebook)

Popular international pizza chain Domino's has hinted via social media at adding a cheese-topped garlic bread to the menu at Australian locations.

Vegan Cheesy Garlic Bread

The post, shared to the Domino's Australia Facebook page, shows a picture of the chain's garlic bread - alongside a request for consumer input.

The caption reads: "We know that Garlic Bread has been a staple for our Vegan customers for a while now.

"Should a Vegan Cheesy Garlic Bread make it to our menu...?"

Domino's Vegan Pizza
Vegan cheese was added to Australian menus due to high demand (Photo: Facebook)

Increasing demand

The company currently offers vegan cheese as a permanent menu add-on in Australia and Israel, and has been petitioned to offer the plant-based alternative at US locations.

The addition of vegan cheese in Australia was reportedly due to overwhelming demand.

The CEO for Domino's Australia and New Zealand, Nick Knight said: "The popularity of, and demand for, vegan products has increased considerably over the years so it's great we are now able to offer this high quality, non-GMO, plant-based and preservative-free vegan cheese."

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