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2010 Veggie Awards: Sneak Peek At Some Winners

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While some people are already receiving their 2010 VegNews “Veggies Awards” edition online and in the mail, we grabbed a peek at some of the winners and wanted to share the good news down below.

Overall, the world’s largest survey of vegan people, places, and products received more than 46,000 ballots in 64 categories. While last year’s awards cover featured the always controversial Heather Mills, this year’s front-and-center is none other than “Biggest Loser” star Bob Harper. See some of the winners, including “Favorite Vegetarian we’d love to see go Vegan” and “Favorite Animal Organization” after the jump below. To score your own advance online copy ($5), hit VegNews here.

Reader Picks:

Favorite Ice Cream: Turtle Mountain Purely Decadent

Favorite Non-Dairy Milk: Almond Breeze (The first time that Silk hasn’t one in many, many years!)

Favorite Energy Bar: Luna Bar

Favorite iPhone App (new category!): Vegan Yum Yum (Free!)

Favorite Animal Organization: Humane Society of the United States (four years running!)

Favorite Vegetarian We’d Love to See Go Vegan: Sir Paul McCartney

Editor Picks:

Cookbook of the Year: Viva Vegan! by Terry Hope Romero

Daddy Warbucks Award: Bob Barker

Best Day of the Week: Mondays (They’ve clearly lost their minds.)

Media Maven: Jane Velez-Mitchell

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