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LOST's Jorge Garcia Questions A Vegan Logo

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Jorge Garcia, the dude on LOST that plays the character Hurley, has a blog called “Dispatches from the Island“. As you can guess its a behind-the-scenes look at Garcia’s work on the production of the hit television series, as well as some personal moments thrown in.

Anyways, what caught our eye and inspired some laughter was a recent post titled “We Love These”. In his words,

“They are marshmallows. Or at least marshmallow-like treats. And they claim to be “vegan.” But how can you really tell?  Because if you look at this symbol, it seems like they don’t quite understand what “vegan” means. 100% vegan. And now with real rabbit.”

Hilarious — and that IS an odd logo. However, if you go to the Sweet and Sara website, you’ll find that many others have had this question too. From the FAQ:

Why is your mascot a bunny rabbit?

The mascot represents Sara’s childhood rabbit, Skipper, and her paw of approval that no animals were harmed in the making of Sweet & Sara marshmallows!

Now we know. Just one more mystery solved from the land of LOST. (Oh yea, Garcia is also into crystal deodorant. Rock on!)

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