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Plant-based company 'The Vegan Kind' have just revealed that they are to be expanding their service, announcing the arrival of their vegan doughnut delivery service. They already offer a variety of vegan snacks, as well as an awesome monthly vegan box, which comes bursting with a variety of vegan goodies.
Who makes the doughnuts? The Vegan Kind have teamed up with the reputable Glasgow-based Kind Crusts and they will be launching 5 flavours in their online supermarket. These will be freshly made on the day they ship them, and best consumed the day you receive them.
The doughnuts will just be a standard stock item in their shop, and they will be treated the same as their ‘Chilled’ items, in that they automatically get shipped via DPD Next Day delivery. So, not only can you pick up burgers, steaks, cheese and chocolates – you can now add Doughnuts to your basket! And guess what, in May they are adding Fresh Fruit, Veg and Bread to their ever-growing Supermarket.
Robbie is a film maker, journalist and co-founder of plantbasednews.org. He also co-created the vegan film SWINE. In his spare time he works as a campaigner teaching people about the benefits of the vegan lifestyle.
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