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Uncle Maddio's is making every vegan pizza lover's dream come true.Uncle Maddio's is making every vegan pizza lover's dream come true.

Vegan-Friendly Pizza Chain Opening 30 Locations Nationwide

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Uncle Maddio’s is making every vegan pizza lover’s dream come true.

The Atlanta-based food chain has provided yummy vegan options since it opened in 2009. The pizza place already has locations in 14 states, and is now planning to open thirty additional locations this year nationwide, making vegan pizza much more accessible than ever before.

Veggie customers can build their own pizzas using 27 vegetable toppings, six sauces, three crusts (including gluten-free) and Daiya cheese.

“Everything from traditional veggie pizza toppings like green peppers, olives and mushrooms to eggplant, sundried tomatoes and even black bean corn salsa,” says Matt Andrew, the company’s CEO and founder. “We also offer grilled tofu for vegan tofu lovers.”

Not surprisingly, the response to Uncle Maddio’s vegan options have been overwhelmingly positive.

“Our vegan guests are very appreciative that we’ve taken their dining preferences in mind, since vegan menu items can still be hard to come by,” says Andrew.

Current locations include, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Texas, Colorado, North Dakota, Nebraska, North Carolina, South Carolina, Arkansas, Pennsylvania, Virginia, New Jersey and Tennessee. You can check out if there’s a spot near you with their online locator. And if there isn’t one yet, chances are there will be soon.

Dominos, who? Looks like we’ve found our favorite pizza joint.

Via Latest Vegan News

Photo: Sean Hedge

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  • Blake NoLast

    YES!! This is AWESOME news! Coming to my state, Texas! Please come to Dallas and Forney!

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