"Little Caesars has a long history of innovation aimed at providing our customers with value, quality, and convenience. Any product we introduce must deliver on those brand pillars while appealing to our loyal, mostly carnivorous, fans," said David Scrivano, Little Caesar president and CEO, in a press release. "I'm confident that the Impossible Supreme Pizza will go down as one of the most surprising and satisfying menu sensations of 2019. This is likely just the beginning of plant-based menu items from Little Caesars."
Thrillist hasn't yet had a chance to try out the faux sausage, but if it's anywhere near as deceptively meat-like as the Impossible Burger, we have high hopes.
For now, the new Impossible Supreme is available in just three test markets: Yakima, Washington, Fort Myers, Florida, and Albuquerque, New Mexico for a limited time. Since this is a test rollout, it will likely only go nationwide if it gets a positive reaction in those areas.
However this plays out for Little Caesars, though, something tells us we'll be seeing many more plant-based meat options hitting big-chain menus this year.