Little Caesars Introduces New Planteroni Pizza Featuring Field Roast Plant-Based Pepperoni


Little Caesars becomes the largest national fast-food restaurant chain to offer Field Roast’s plant-based pepperoni with the launch of the new Planteroni Pizza.

The new Planteroni Pizza is available at select locations across the United States, including in cities and suburbs throughout Los Angeles, New York City, Miami, San Francisco, Portland, Oregon, and the brand’s hometown of Detroit.

Guests can choose from a regular Planteroni Pizza for a suggested price of just $8.49, a Slices-N-Sticks option that consists of a half Planteroni Pizza and half cheesy, buttery tasting breadsticks for $8, or add Field Roast Plant-Based Pepperoni as a topping to any custom pizza.

The Planteroni Pizza features a large round pizza topped with Field Roast Plant-Based Pepperoni, which according to a press release, delivers an “authentic, bold pepperoni taste.”

The Slices-N-Stix Planteroni consists of four Slices with Field Roast Plant-Based Pepperoni, eight Italian Cheese Stix, plus a side of Crazy Sauce for dipping.

Field Roast’s plant-based pepperoni is made with pea protein, not soy, and is crafted with fresh spices including whole pieces of fennel, cracked black pepper, garlic and paprika.

Fans can order the new Planteroni Pizza for delivery using the brand’s app, or pre-pay and then conveniently pick up their order using Pizza Portal pickup at any participating Little Caesars Location in the selected markets.

Planteroni Pizza (Whole Pizza) Nutrition Facts

  • 2180 calories
  • 740 calories from fat
  • 84 grams of fat
  • 32 grams of saturated fat
  • 4580 milligrams of sodium
  • 256 grams of carbs
  • 13 grams of sugar
  • 107 grams of protein

Are you excited about this new plant-based offering from Little Caesars? Would like to see this menu item added to restaurants around the country? Let us know what you think down in the comments.


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