Written by Michelle Kretzer
won a bunch of awards, and now you can win a bunch of them! Cinnaholic's
vegan gourmet cinnamon rolls have won a peta2 Libby Award and a Best of the East Bay
Award in the company's hometown of Berkeley, California, and were ranked number
16 on VegNews magazine's Vegan Bucket List.
they could rank number one on your list of the most delicious things you've
ever won. Two PETA Files readers will each have a half-dozen cinnamon rolls in
their choice of any of 11 frosting flavors shipped fresh to their
home or a friend's. (If you want to send them to me, I have no problem with
that.) Just submit a comment telling us what you love about being vegan or why
you're ready to make the
switch, and two winners will be
selected at random.
Because of shipping requirements, only people living within the 48
continental United States are eligible to win. Two winners will be chosen at
random from the animal-friendly comments that are submitted. The contest will
end on February 22, 2012, and we'll
contact the winners by February 29, 2012.
Make sure that you read our privacy
policy and terms
and conditions, as you're agreeing to both by commenting. No purchase
necessary. Void where prohibited by law.
Written by PETA
Is it just me, or does everyone have a favorite cinnamon-roll memory? Mine is making them with my friends when we were little and didn't know how to make anything else. You can make a fond new cinnamon-roll memory this Valentine's Day by sending your love a batch of Cinnaholic's vegan cinnamon rolls.
The Berkeley, California–based bakery will ship rolls anywhere in the U.S., and they'll arrive fresh on February 14. But here's the best part: Not only will you show your valentine that you're sweet on him or her, you'll also demonstrate that you've got a sweet spot for animals. Cinnaholic is offering a personalized too-cute-for-words PETA Valentine's Day card for a $5 donation to PETA with any order, and best of all, the company will match the donation, which means PETA receives $10 for every card ordered. We're pretty sure that even Cupid couldn't come up with anything more romantic.
Written by Michelle Sherrow
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