Domino’s Pizza May Roll Out Vegan Cheese In New Zealand

Voters can click a link to 'register' their interest
Vegan cheese is already available at Domino's in Australia and Israel (Photo: Facebook)

International pizza giant Domino's may soon offer vegan cheese in New Zealand - if consumers show enough interest.

The company posted a video to Facebook today, alongside a link where users can 'register' their support of more vegan options at Domino’s by entering their email.


International popularity

Demand for vegan cheese in restaurants is skyrocketing.

While Domino's offers vegan cheese in Australia and Israel, Pizza Pizza has rolled out vegan cheese in Canada, and The Stable offers a whole range of vegan pizzas in the UK.

In fact, both Pizza Pizza and Domino's Australia were running out of plant-based cheeses not long after their release.

Increasing demand

This stands to reason, when the overall increase in demand for plant-based foods and vegan cheese is taken into consideration.

One report by Market Research Future says the 'surge' is in line with an overall increase in demand for plant foods.

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