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Gourmet vegan cinnamon buns will be available in nine new locations

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VegNews reports that Cinnaholic has announced nine new locations. The bakery is famous for their rolls, topped with unique frosting flavours and combinations. Currently residing in Berkely, California and Southlake, Texas, the husband and wife duo will see franchisees in Arizona, Colorado, and San Diego outposts. With three coming to each state, residents should prepare themselves for a serious sugar-high.

Yo, these vegan cinnamon rolls were 💣

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But they duo don’t plan on stopping there, and are expanding much further. Co-owner Florian Radke told VegNews “There are multiple agreements in the works. We haven’t announced this yet, but the next ones that are coming are Atlanta and Las Vegas.”

These treats gained national attention after securing an investing on ABC’s Shark Tank in 2014. The $200,000 they earned is no doubt fuelling their attempt at world domination.

Today’s #dailyspecial is the Neapolitan Roll!

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For anyone in the US not lucky enough to live in one of these states, online cinnamon bun shopping is available. For a cool $59.99, you can customize one dozen rolls with two frosting options. Butter pecan, coffee, and Irish cream are all on the menu, with handy instructions for warming them up and pretending you made them fresh for any brunch guests. In-store, cinnamon bun aficionados are privy to brownie bits and pie crumble on top too, though.  

A vegan cinnamon bun might just be the key to making converts out of everyone. 

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