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Starbucks Gets Their Vegan On With New Menu Offering

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The most famous coffee shop in America (and probably the world) is finally embracing their vegan guests with some sweet new menu offerings.

Yes sir, Starbucks is now carrying Lucy’s cookies — a healthy line of vegan sweets that are free of gluten, dairy, egg and nut ingredients. We like!

And Lucy ain’t messin’ around! According to the company’s site:

“Our Quality Assurance Program incorporates three key standards you and your family can count on:

We only buy raw materials from carefully selected producers, thus reducing or eliminating the chance for allergen contact before we use the ingredients.

We use the best available methods to ensure there are no detectable allergens from our testing list: gluten, milk, eggs, peanuts and almonds.

We don’t allow any of these items into our bakery. In fact, peanuts and tree nuts aren’t even allowed in our building!”

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