Popular high street fast food restaurants in London have got involved in the annual Veganuary challenge by launching plant-based alternatives to everyones takeaway favourites.

The annual Veganuary challenge encourages meat-eaters to adopt a vegan lifestyle throughout the month of January. And popular high street fast food restaurant’s have got involved by launching plant-based alternatives to everyones takeaway favourites.

The nation is cutting more and more meat and dairy from their diets as plant-based food consumption has doubled in the UK alone with an estimated 8.9 million people exploring a vegan lifestyle.

From Domino’s, who have launched a vegan ‘pepperoni’ pizza to Subway’s plant-based Teriyaki sub there’s something for everyone looking to cut their meat intake this month.

Domino’s Pizza

Domino’s already has a plant based Margherita, a Vegan Vegi Supreme and a Vegan PepperoNAY, but now those trying Veganuary have a fourth option in the form of a meat-free American Hot.

Featuring pepperoni-style slices from The Vegetarian Butcher, the spicy offering has bite form red onions and fiery heat from green jalapeños. It comes with a vegan version of the chain’s popular Garlic & Herb dip, perfect for dunking your crust.

This latest addition joins the plant-based ranks at Domino’s nationwide, alongside other vegan favourites the Vegan Margherita, Vegan Vegi Supreme and the Vegan PepperoNAY.

Not to forget the delicious Vegan Nuggets – a perfect plant-based side to add to your order this Veganuary!

Papa John’s

Papa John’s added new spicy vegan additions to its menu this year with the Ve-Du-Yea and Hot Pepper pizza this Veganuary.

The Ve-Du-Ya and Hot Pepper pizza is a plant-based take on the ingredient ‘nduja which is a spicy, spreadable pork sausage from the region of Calabria in Southern Italy. It comes topped with green peppers, jalapenos, vegan or dairy cheese and complete with a spicy nduja-style sauce.

The new addition’s are available for a limited time only so customers have just eight weeks to try the range.


Subway’s new vegan-friendly sub option, the Plant-based Teriyaki Steak, is packed full of vegan steak which has been created in partnership with The Vegetarian Butcher. The sub is served with a flavourful teriyaki sauce, Vegan CheeZe and veggies of your choice.

The have also launched tasty new vegetarian garlic and herb coated Cheesy Garlic Bites, which are packed with mozzarella and Emmental cheese, and served with a sauce of your choice.

Subway has partnered with The Vegetarian Butcher to provide its plant-based ‘meat’ options from January 2023.

Subway has a wide selection of plant-based options, including the new Plant-based Teriyaki Steak, Plant Patty, Veggie Delite (when ordered with Vegan CheeZe), Crinkle Wedges and the famous Vegan Double Choc Cookie.


Greggs has announced the addition of five vegan options to its menu which will be available nationwide this January.

Customers can now purchase the new Vegan Southern Fried Chicken Baguette, Vegan Chicken-Free Goujons, a vegan Warm Winter Vegetable Soup and Vegan Chicken-Free Cajun Roll.

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