Vegan Brand Donates 1,000 Cookie Dough Tubs To Seniors Faced With COVID-19
Vegan cookie dough brand Eat Pastry has donated 1,000 tubs of its plant-based product to nursing homes in the face of the coronavirus, COVID-19.
The brand took to Instagram to share the news.
“COOKIES HELP EVERYONE FEEL HAPPIER AND MORE HOPEFUL,” the post reads.
“We will continue to serve our community and customers by selling online and in-stores. Our production will not cease! We’re here for you, let’s all be here for one another.”
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Vegan Brands Fighting COVID-19
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Meal replacement brand Kate Farms is also working to support seniors, a population particularly vulnerable to the highly contagious virus.
The brand announced last week that it has donated 100,000 of its plant-based shakes to those in need, which it delivered in partnership with Meals on Wheels West.
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