Netherlands Pizza Chain Launches Vegan Pizza Promotion In Support Of Sea Shepherd

One euro from each sale will go to the non-profit organization
‍The Sea Shepherd Vegan Shawarma pizza features red onions, mock meat, and garlic sauce

Popular chain restaurant New York Pizza is now offering two fully-vegan pizzas - and donating a portion of the proceeds to Sea Shepherd Conservation Society.

Pizzas

The two specialty pizzas are the Sea Shepherd Vegan Veggie, and Sea Shepherd Vegan Shawarma.

The Vegan Shawarma option includes onions, mock meat, and a creamy garlic sauce, while the Veggie option features such classic ingredients as cherry tomatoes and arugula.

20,000 Euro SSCS Donation
The chain has guaranteed a minimum donation of €20,000 to SSCS (Photo: Facebook)

Donation

One euro from the sale of each eligible pizza will automatically be donated to the animal protection and ocean conservation organization.

Additionally, consumers have the option to increase their donation in one euro increments at the time of purchase.

The pricing starts at just €11.99, and €12.99 for 25cm pies and can be ordered in store or online.

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