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Blog Entries Tagged as candy

  • Apr
  • 8

I Want Candy!

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When I was a kid, candy was my favorite food group. Lollipops, gummy bears, taffy, jelly beans—you name it. If it had sugar in it, I would eat it, no questions asked. Now that I’m vegan and (ahem) a little older, my palate is a bit more sophisticated. But just because I’ve traded in candy corn for kale and …

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  • Nov
  • 9

Delicious Treats That Help Animals!

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Allison's Gourmet Benefit for Animals

Just in time to help satisfy your holiday sweet tooth, one of our favorite sources for all kinds of vegan treats, Allison’s Gourmet , is holding its first-ever “Gourmet Benefit for Animals.”

During the entire month of November, this award-winning bakery and PETA Business Friend will donate 10 percent from every sale to PETA and two other animal-friendly charities.

Allison …

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  • Oct
  • 30

A Truly Scary Halloween ‘Treat’

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It’s that time of the year again. In just a few days, children from all over my neighborhood will be knocking on my door, asking the question “Trick or treat?” Their outstretched hands and little plastic pumpkin buckets will be filled with Halloween treats of all sizes, shapes, and colors.

I love sweet treats as much as …

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