One Planet Pizza and Heura present ?The Successor? ? an epic new frozen plant-based thin and crispy pizza topped with Heura Mediterranean Chunks, sweetcorn and barbeque sauce for the ultimate flavour combination.
This summer pizza is set to sizzle, in a first collaboration between Heura Foods, meat successors, and One Planet Pizza, the UK?s first frozen plant-based pizza brand to have carbon labelling on its boxes. ?
The Successor, One Planet Pizza, is available exclusively via www.oneplanetpizza.com from May 27th.
We are excited to announce the launch of our newest collab pizza, with our partners in mission at Heura foods, The Successor – available from today.
Heura’s plant-based Mediterranean Chunks are marinated in spices to give a Mediterranean aromatic taste to every slice. High in protein, iron, and vitamin B12, gluten free and preservative-free made with olive oil, pizza lovers won?t believe they are 100% plant-based.
Joe Hill, co-founder of One Planet Pizza, says: ?The Successor is one of our most exciting partnerships with Heura, our #partnersinmission. This banging new limited edition handcrafted thin and crispy pizza loaded with our family recipe tomato sauce is topped with Heura Mediterranean chunks – made using extra virgin olive oil, red onion, sweetcorn, melty vegan cheeze and a thick drizzle of smoky barbeque sauce.?
Marc Coloma, food activist, CEO and co-founder of Heura says: ?At Heura, our aim is to enable people to continue to eat their most loved meals in new ways that are not only delicious but better for the people, planet and animals. Pizza is a household favourite, so we see partnering with a like-minded, mission-driven company like One Planet Pizza as a delicious way to renew culinary traditions.
Heura, founded in Barcelona in 2017 by Marc Coloma and Bernat A?a?os, launched in the UK with a meat-free burger in 2020 and is now available in more than 22 countries.
The collaboration comes as both brands announce successful crowdfunding, One Planet Pizza utilised the funding to support a successful launch of its core range into ASDA in April, and Heura will use funding from the latest round to create ?Heura Lab 2.0?, generate low footprint technologies and develop and distribute plant-based foods worldwide.