Award-Winning Vegan Company One Planet Pizza Launching In Ocado

The two-year-old brand, which is run by a father-and-son team, was the first to introduce frozen vegan pizza to the UK market. Now it is expanding its reach in the retail market
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One Planet Pizza is launching in Ocado

The UK's first vegan frozen pizza company has launched in Ocado.

One Planet Pizza was started two years ago by father and son, Mike & Joe Hill, who still run the business. Since then, they have launched their award-winning products in more than 450 independent health food shops around the UK.

One Planet Pizza currently makes four varieties of pizzas: Three Sheese Margherita, Exotic Fungi Feast, Mediterranean Roasted Vegetable and Hawaiian.

Vegan pizza demand

"We have had to expand our production very quickly in order to meet the increasing demand for our pizzas, including the launch on Ocado, and it's great that our fans/customers will now be able to order online across the UK," the Hills said in a statement sent to Plant Based News.

"Our pizzas continue to win awards for their taste and flavor, and Ocado, with its focus on healthy and ethical foods, is a perfect fit for us."

"We're excited to welcome One Planet Pizza to our frozen range," added  Ocado Buying Manager Penina Kahtan. "From its award-winning great taste to the compostable pizza box, this new launch will resonate with many of our customers, offering high-quality plant-based cuisine in a convenient format."

One Planet Pizza's range will retail at £5.49.  Until February 19, there will be five percent off as an introductory offer for Ocado customers.

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