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About PizzaVegan

Why PizzaVegan?

PizzaVegan.com is designed to connect the ever-growing vegan consumer community with pizzerias that are offering vegan-friendly menu items—and to encourage consumers and pizzeria owners alike to expand their vegan knowledge via recipes, profiles, products, informative articles and more.

Vegan diets have gained incredible traction in recent years, and experts say this movement is no mere fad or trend. It reflects a true shift in eating habits that will continue to grow in the future. For example, according to a 2020 poll of 2,000 adults by OnePoll, 39% of people ages 18 to 25, and 23% of people ages 26 to 41, already exclude animal products from their diets. Other studies show that even meat eaters are adding in more plant-based meals and embracing the flexitarian lifestyle.

Whether their goals are planetary sustainability, improved health or protecting the animal population, more consumers are seeking vegan options in restaurants around the country and world—including, of course, within Americans’ favorite food category: pizza.

Explore PizzaVegan.com and reap the benefits. Learn more about vegan diets, discover new vegan products and vegan pizza recipes, and check out the trailblazers who are changing the face of veganism from niche to mainstream.

If you’re a pizzeria owner, register your pizzeria with us to highlight your vegan-friendly menu items. If you’re a consumer, refer to our directory to find vegan-friendly pizzerias in your area. We welcome you all to the world’s largest vegan pizza community on the web!

Do you want to be featured on PizzaVegan.com? Have a suggestion or question for our editor? Reach out to us at tracy@pizzavegan.com.

Meet the Editor

Tracy Morin joined PMQ Pizza Magazine as senior copy editor in 2008 and has since traveled the world to meet with some of the industry's most dedicated and accomplished pizzeria owners, chefs and employees. As a longtime magazine writer and editor, Morin is a regular contributor of PMQ feature articles on food and beverage, equipment, marketing and more. She also writes the monthly column Pizza Hall of Fame, which profiles historic pizzerias and received the National Award of Excellence from the American Society of Business Publication Editors in 2011.

In addition to her passion for pizza, Morin brings a firsthand understanding of alternative diets to the PizzaVegan.com community. A vegetarian since 1995, she has welcomed the booming growth of cruelty-free foods in recent years—and the ever-growing number of consumers who crave them. In her position as editor of PizzaVegan.com, she relishes the opportunity to oversee a thriving community of vegan pizza lovers and the enterprising pizzeria owners who are successfully catering to this burgeoning market.

Tracy Morin