Win Treats From Allison’s Gourmet

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It’s the season for giving, and PETA Business Friend Allison’s Gourmet is giving away a $50 gift certificate for delicious vegan treats to one lucky PETA Files reader. Could it be you?

Allison’s Gourmet is one of the premier all-vegan online bakeries. Because none of Allison’s cookies or confections contains animal products, the treats are 100 percent cholesterol-free and don’t contribute to the cruelty to animals found in the dairy and egg industries. And I can tell you from personal experience that these are some of the most delectable desserts that you will ever eat. To enter this contest, simply complete the form below.



Can’t wait to get your own box of vegan confections, or want to give one as a gift? Head on over to the Allison’s Gourmet website today. And since there’s no such thing as giving too many gifts, stock up on all sorts of goodies from the PETA Catalog this holiday season.

Contest entries will be accepted from December 13, 2011, through December 22, 2011. One winner will then be chosen at random from all entrants and presented with a $50 gift certificate to Allisons Gourmet. The winner will be notified by January 15, 2012. Be sure to read our privacy policy and terms and conditions, as youre agreeing to both by submitting your entry to this contest. This contest is open only to residents of the United States. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. Good luck!

Written by Heather Faraid Drennan

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