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Vegan Pizzeria To Build Homes For Rescue Pigs

A UK-based vegan pizzeria will be donating all profits from its new pizza to an animal sanctuary in Kent.

Purezza, with branches in Brighton and London, will give all profits from its limited edition pizza called The Laughing Pig to Friend Farm Animal Sanctuary, to create small houses for the pigs made from recycled materials. (Hopefully this pizza becomes a regular menu item)

The Laughing Pig pizza has a cheese-style sauce, asparagus tips, yellow plum tomatoes, and salami made with jackfruit, as well as purple basil and some lemon zest, as well as Purezza's in house Mozzarella.
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