Vegan Bakery Launches National Franchising Program

In this VegNews' exclusive, Northern California-based bakery Cinnaholic offers up franchising opportunities to potential business owners around the country.

You may have heard about the Northern California bakery sensation, Cinnaholic, where patrons can indulge in oversized cinnamon rolls in flavors like s'mores, fudge brownie chunk, and chocolate chip cookie dough. If you live anywhere near the award-winning bakery, you've probably had more than your fair share of customizable frostings (butterscotch, root beer, caramel) and toppings (marshmallows, peanut butter, strawberries). Well, now Cinnaholic may be coming to a city near you, as the company has just finalized an agreement to franchise the brand across the country. Whether you're an aspiring business owner or simply want your own regular vegan cinnamon roll fix (who doesn't?), this is big news for the veg community. If we weren't so busy running a magazine, we would convert our San Francisco offices into a Cinnaholic location and maybe, just maybe, open up to the public. After we drown ourselves in warm cinnamon buns, of course.

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