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It’s a very vegan Easter, according to Google

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If you’re tired of hearing about how 2016 is the Year of the Vegan, then you’re going to have to get over it, because 2016 is definitely the Year of the Vegan. With Easter upon us, and the holiday being celebrated tomorrow, some fascinating and encouraging data has been released by Google in regards to vegan treats for our Easter baskets.

According to The Guardian, “Search interest in ‘personalized’, ‘giant’, ‘dark chocolate’ and ‘vegan’ Easter eggs is at its highest level ever according to figures provided by Google Trends. The fastest growing of these queries is ‘vegan’, which has seen its search traffic more than double on last year’s Easter week. Although the obvious choice for those not consuming animal produce at this time of year is a dark egg, there are some other varieties available on the market including some white chocolate ones,” The Guardian reported, continuing on this the baffling figure that “one in 50 searches are for vegan Easter eggs, which actually makes them a more popular search query than dark chocolate ones (one in 100).”

Don’t believe your eyes? I didn’t either, so go have some fun on Google Trends and relish in the fact that veganism is set for worldwide domination. To those who celebrate, have a very Happy Easter. I can’t wait to get my hands on all the discounted vegan candy on Monday!

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  • s fr

    In the near future we will start to notice that vegans are less healthy and are getting more types of liver and kidney cancers than the average person. Vegan and gluten free foods are being produced using GMO corn by-products which are known to cause allergies, infections, digestive issues and more. Just like with low fat, gluten free and now vegan food craze, GMO chemicals and sugars and yeasts will be used to replace the real flavour missing in processed vegan foods. Try searching for vegan chocolates. Then look at the ingredients.
    At least 6 chemicals from the GMO corn list in this premium brand.
    Ingredients: Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Cocoa Mass, Soy Solids, Modified Food Starch(From Corn), Sunflower Oil, Calcium Blend (Calcium Carbonate, Tricalcium Phosphate), Natural Flavors(From Corn), Calcium Sulfate(gypsum), Maltodextrin (From Corn), Sea Salt, Guar Gum, Xanthan Gum(From Corn), Anatase, Titanium Dioxide (A Mineral for color), Vegetable Mono and Diglycerides(From Corn), Vitamin B12, Vitamin E(From Corn), Natural Vanilla, Soy Lecithin Granules. Contains Soy Protein

    Even organic processed foods will be probably be contaminated with GMO corn by-products due to an allowance of non organic additives in the organic rules. Eat whole foods as much as possible. Make it yourself from scratch.

    • Dylan Wentworth

      Hi there. Im a chocoholic and here are the ingredients in the products i consume the most of…
      Product 1
      1.) unsweetened chocolate
      2.) cane sugar
      Product 2
      1.) evaporated cane juice
      2.) natural chocolate liquor
      3.) non dairy cocoa butter

      Both non GMO project verified.

      It’s chocolate. I mean, how much more do you really need to do to it?

      • s fr

        Yep.It’s really hit and miss with these umbrella terms when it is really very simple to make good food.

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