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Vegan iPhone App

To help vegan drinkers on-the-go, Barnivore streamlines its list of alcohols into an iPhone application.

To make the search for vegan alcohol even easier, Barnivore launched a new iPhone application this week. Barnivore's website contains more than 889 entries on vegan beer, wine, and alcohol. It provides information about brands' level of vegan-friendliness, and the dates when information was checked and double-checked. The application can be found by searching "vegan is easy" in the iTunes store, and downloaded for free. Barnivore sent out a tweet from their account alerting followers about the new application on Monday.

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