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Vegan Food Truck Hits NYC

New Jersey-based vegan food truck The Cinnamon Snail has begun service in Manhattan.

Vegan New Yorkers are in luck—the popular Cinnamon Snail food truck has begun making the rounds in Midtown, serving fresh vegan breakfast and lunch fare. It took nearly two years for owner Adam Sobel to acquire a permit to serve in the Big Apple, previously bringing his truck’s cruelty-free fare only to its hometown of Hoboken, NJ. Now, New Yorkers seeking tasty morning or afternoon vegan cuisine can dine on items like Coconut Hempseed-Crusted French Toast, Chipotle Seitan Burritos, and Red Curry Grilled Tofu Bánh Mì. Sobel hopes to operate the truck in as many neighborhoods as possible that do not have access to quality vegan food.

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