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Candy Company Debuts Vegan Breast Milk Lollipops

Flavor scientists at vegan brand Lollyphile developed a breast milk lollipop they say will tap into the animalistic instincts of childhood.

Vegan company Lollyphile recently launched its most-shocking lollipop flavor—a vegan breast milk pop that will bring back childhood memories. New mothers sent Lollyphile breast milk samples to help their product tasters perfect the flavor, which is made without human (or animal) milk. “While our flavor scientists did use the real thing to create our flavor,” the company stated, “there is no actual breast milk in our lollipops. Babies need it a lot more than any of us do.” Lollyphile was founded in San Francisco in 2007 and currently boasts more than 30 vegan lollipop in flavors such as blue cheese, pizza, maple bacon, and (alcohol-free) bourbon.

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Tyson to Launch Plant-Based Meal Bowls

The meat company is disrupting itself to stay competitive as consumer habits shift toward animal-free foods.
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Pregnant Sisters Launch Vegan Dessert Sushi Brand

Vegan Rice Krispies Treats stand-in for sushi rice, and gelatin-free candies replace fish in creations made by sisters Kasia Mierzejewska and Emilia Augustyn for their allergen-free brand Sweet Sushi Factory.
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PG Tips Creates New Tea Aimed at Vegan Consumers

The nearly 90-year-old tea brand formulated a new blend that pairs perfectly with plant-based milk.
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Australia's First Vegan Hotel Restaurant Opens in March

New eatery Alibi—featuring a menu developed by vegan restaurateur Matthew Kenney—will occupy the ground floor of Ovolo Hotel in Sydney.
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Miami's Plant-Based SEED Food & Wine Festival Debuts in LA

SEED and Eat Drink Vegan will join forces this year to bring an epic vegan festival to Los Angeles.
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This Week on VegNews TV: The secret to these delightful sweet treats is white beans! Aylin Erman shows you how to make these simple blondies.

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