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KMayi, Toledo - wrote on 11/8/2011 7:54:00 AM
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Comment:I just received an email from Pizza hut USA that reads: Dear Customer, Thank you for your interest in our product. Pizza Hut does not claim any of our products to be ‘vegetarian’ or ‘vegan’ as they all products are prepared in a common area with meat products and cooked in the same oven. On request, the Restaurant Team will use additional caution when preparing products for guests with dietary concerns. Pizza sauce and marinara sauce contain no beef or other meats. We do hope to serve you as a Pizza Hut customer in many years to come. Please do not hesitate to contact us in the future regarding any matter. Very truly yours, Pizza Hut Customer Service [---001:000794:15463---]


Simon Jenkins, Birmingham, UK - wrote on 9/22/2011 3:33:02 AM
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Comment:I was interested to read that Pizza Hut's pizza sauces contain beef. I'd like some information on where this information comes from, as I've found from their corporate website (UK) that their pizza sauces are vegetarian: http://www.pizzahut.co.uk/assets/restaurant/files/Dietary_Requirements-0411.pdf Now, of course it is possible that ingredients differ from country to country. But I'd say on the strength of this that it's worth taking a second look before reading everything that's in this article.


Nur, ny - wrote on 11/11/2010 8:27:10 AM
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Comment:Vegan and vegetarian choices in restaurants definately help to stay out of the porc issue. But what about flavors, that use alcohol as a carrier, like vanilla (up to 35% in US). Vegetarians or vegans do not care about this, but i think we should. Also, another problem is, that suppliers and food chains can change their ingredients at any time without announcement because of market availability or cost, as long as they don't carry a kosher or halal certification. So you would have to ask every time to make sure it's still the same... And yeah, last but not least, there is the make-line, where all the ingredients of your let's say piza are cut up by the same person, on the same surface, same knife...like the porc products and it goes on like that for the preparation of your food in the same pans, trays, plates, spatulas....yikes


Nur, ny - wrote on 11/11/2010 8:26:28 AM
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Comment:Vegan and vegetarian choices in restaurants definately help to stay out of the porc issue. But what about flavors, that use alcohol as a carrier, like vanilla (up to 35% in US). Vegetarians or vegans do not care about this, but i think we should. Also, another problem is, that suppliers and food chains can change their ingredients at any time without announcement because of market availability or cost, as long as they don't carry a kosher or halal certification. So you would have to ask every time to make sure it's still the same... And yeah, last but not least, there is the make-line, where all the ingredients of your let's say piza are cut up by the same person, on the same surface, same knife...like the porc products and it goes on like that for the preparation of your food in the same pans, trays, plates, spatulas....yikes


Nur, ny - wrote on 11/11/2010 8:26:02 AM
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Comment:Vegan and vegetarian choices in restaurants definately help to stay out of the porc issue. But what about flavors, that use alcohol as a carrier, like vanilla (up to 35% in US). Vegetarians or vegans do not care about this, but i think we should. Also, another problem is, that suppliers and food chains can change their ingredients at any time without announcement because of market availability or cost, as long as they don't carry a kosher or halal certification. So you would have to ask every time to make sure it's still the same... And yeah, last but not least, there is the make-line, where all the ingredients of your let's say piza are cut up by the same person, on the same surface, same knife...like the porc products and it goes on like that for the preparation of your food in the same pans, trays, plates, spatulas....yikes


Nur, ny - wrote on 11/11/2010 8:25:34 AM
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Comment:Vegan and vegetarian choices in restaurants definately help to stay out of the porc issue. But what about flavors, that use alcohol as a carrier, like vanilla (up to 35% in US). Vegetarians or vegans do not care about this, but i think we should. Also, another problem is, that suppliers and food chains can change their ingredients at any time without announcement because of market availability or cost, as long as they don't carry a kosher or halal certification. So you would have to ask every time to make sure it's still the same... And yeah, last but not least, there is the make-line, where all the ingredients of your let's say piza are cut up by the same person, on the same surface, same knife...like the porc products and it goes on like that for the preparation of your food in the same pans, trays, plates, spatulas....yikes


, - wrote on 9/8/2010 1:48:16 AM
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Comment:i wont have the "vegetarian" burger in burger king as the cheese they had put was non-veg


G Ingrid, Bi-Coastal, USA - wrote on 4/29/2010 8:55:52 PM
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Comment:I have asked for the updated version of this article and the VRG supplied it. Here is the link: http://www.vrg.org/journal/vj2008issue4/whos_veggie_friendly.html Hope this helps.


G Ingrid, Bi-Coastal, USA - wrote on 4/28/2010 12:57:10 PM
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Comment:This information is really outdated. T.G.I.Friday's hasn't had the Veggie Medley in years! Pizza Hut has a completely new menu as of January, 2009. The VRG is an excellent source for all the restaurant information, but it changes constantly. Be sure to check their Facebook page for all the status updates. You can also post questions there, as well as some of the other vegetarian pages. We all want the same thing -- uncontaminated foods! Thank you for having this page on your site.


firdaus, Toronto - wrote on 4/25/2010 7:07:10 PM
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Comment:No doubt it has a gr8 information for what is halal and what is gelatine and rennet free But "REMEMBER" they use the same product for veggie and non veggies. So the foods are contaminated and your pure veggie or halal pizza is no more halal. Eventhough, they use the gloves the peproni , cheese, greenpepper was all cross contaminated


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