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7-Eleven Vegan Meals

HSUS reports that 7-Eleven stores in New York City offer vegan meals.

The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) has reported that select 7-Eleven stores in New York City are testing out vegan meals at six different locations in the city. 7-Eleven is the world’s largest convenience retail chain, and the vegan convenience meals will include eclectic offerings such as Pad Thai noodles, vegetable Lo Mein, Shanghai dumplings, artichoke spinach noodles, and Hunan dumplings. 7-Eleven also currently offers accidentally vegan food such as its brand of Fudge Mint Cookies, and Black Bean & Salsa tortilla chips.

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