PETA’s Ice Cream Parlor Pin-Ups to Dish Up Vegan Treats in San Francisco

Bevy of Beauties to Promote Healthy, Humane Eating With Free Vegan Ice Cream Samples From NadaMoo!

For Immediate Release:
September 24, 2013

Sophia Charchuk 202-483-7382

San Francisco — Decked out in high heels and striped, vintage-style ice cream parlor dresses, a duo of PETA members will help cool San Franciscans’ palates with free organic, gluten-free, dairy-free, and delicious coconut milk ice cream from NadaMoo! in downtown San Francisco on Wednesday. The PETA beauties will distribute free samples and coupons for a free pint of any devilishly delightful NadaMoo! product. Why? They want to help residents beat three of the nation’s leading killers—heart disease, cancer, and strokes—by ditching meat, eggs, and dairy products and eating more healthy vegan foods.

When:   Wednesday, September 25, 12 noon 

Where:  Intersection of Geary and Powell streets, San Francisco

“Anyone who still doesn’t believe that going vegan is a delicious way to get on the road to better health hasn’t tasted NadaMoo! dairy-free ice cream,” says PETA Associate Director of Campaigns Lindsay Rajt. “We hope to inspire Bay Area residents to embrace vegan eating and give their risk for some of the most deadly diseases—as well as animal suffering—the big freeze.”

Most heart disease is diet-related—caused by diets high in the cholesterol and saturated animal fat found in meat, eggs, and dairy products. And cholesterol and saturated animal fat can clog the arteries that supply blood to the brain, leading to strokes. In addition, the American Cancer Society reports that one-third of all cancer deaths in the United States can be attributed to nutritional factors. Leading health experts agree that going vegan is the single best thing that we can do for ourselves and our families.

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