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SFVS Discount Program welcomes Vegan Sweeties!

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  • carmen_cebs
    Vegan Sweeties, 501 Old County Road, Ste J, Belmont, CA 94002, 1-866- 60-VEGAN or 650-595-9589, e-mail customerservice@vegansweeties.com
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 9, 2008
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      Vegan Sweeties, 501 Old County Road, Ste J, Belmont, CA 94002, 1-866-
      60-VEGAN or 650-595-9589, e-mail customerservice@...
      (www.vegansweeties.com) 15% discount on orders.

      Laurie Dolan founded Vegan Sweeties, an online and pre-order vegan
      bakery on the San Francisco peninsula, in 2007. All products are
      hand-made with only 100% natural ingredients and certified Vegan by
      the Vegan Awareness Foundation
      (www.vegan.org/campaigns/certification/business.html). Vegan
      Sweeties maintains no inventory; all products are baked and shipped
      to order to ensure freshness. Dedicated to the environment and all
      living kind, Vegan Sweeties ships orders using only biodegradable
      cornstarch peanuts that decompose in water leaving no toxic waste.
      In addition to its online items of cookies (brownie, chocolate chip,
      peanut butter, Russian tea, seasonal cookies, etc.), Vegan Sweeties
      can accommodate special requests (cakes, cupcakes, sugar cookies in
      a wide variety of shapes, etc.) – and favors (sweets individually
      wrapped and tied with ribbon) for special occasions such as
      weddings, dinner parties and corporate events. Customers have the
      option of having items shipped (website orders only) or picked up at
      Vegan Sweeties' Belmont location. For large quantities, deliveries
      in the region from San Jose to San Francisco may be available by
      arrangement.
      Vegan Sweeties' owner Laurie Dolan has been baking since she was a
      small child. In 2002, she became vegan to improve her health and
      remained vegan for ethical and environmental reasons. With her new
      lifestyle, her passion for baking remained and she spent countless
      hours trying to recreate and modify her favorite recipes into vegan
      versions. Her Lemon Bar recipe was published in the Autumn 2005
      issue of Veggie Life Magazine and her Blueberry Muffin recipe was
      published in the June 2005 issue of Vegetarian Times Magazine.
      Vegan Sweeties' Chocolate Chip Cookie will be featured in the April
      2008 issue of Vegetarian Times Magazine in their Taste Test section.

      Vegan Sweeties' cookies can be sampled at the SFVS Potluck on Feb.
      9th. See http://www.sfvs.org/events.php for details.
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