MOD Pizza in Kalamazoo, along with other locations in the chain, will be launching a new plant-based sausage and offering a buy-one-get-one-free offer.

This deal is being offered on Tuesday, August 31. The company posted on their Facebook page:

Plant-based Italian sausage is almost here! Order in-restaurant with a friend on 8/31, and when one of you goes plant-based the other pizza is FREE!

Vegans can choose non-dairy cheese to make their pizza fully plant-based.

MOD is a build-your-own concept with a location at Drake and Stadium in Kalamazoo. Very similar to Blaze Pizza with two Kalamazoo area locations as well. While Blaze offers non-dairy cheese, that chain doesn't yet offer a plant-based topping.

Other national pizza chains have been experimenting with plant-based meats with Pizza Hut offering sausage from Beyond Meats as a trail while Little Caesars is offering a Plantaroni plant-based pepperoni in select test markets including Detroit.

In addition to the Kalamazoo location, MOD has two locations in Grand Rapids and one in Elkhart.

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