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New Fat Badger Bakery Offers Vegan Cookie Selection

PIPERSVILLE, Pa.— Introducing Fat Badger Bakery, a dedicated vegan bakehouse specializing in small-batch cookies bursting with flavor.

With the explosion of information on various dietary lifestyles and healthy living, consumers are increasingly exploring vegan products and are seeking options that are simple, tasty and familiar. For food companies, the time is right to appeal to a wider audience.

“We’re committed to baking with the same great ingredients we use in our own home kitchens. That means you’ll never find preservatives, obscure chemicals, hydrogenated trans-fats or artificial flavors or colors in our cookies. Our cookies are Non-GMO Project verified because we believe it should be easy for consumers to know what’s in their food and how it’s made,” says Gretchen Dossa, General Manager of Fat Badger Bakery.

Fat Badger Bakery crafts cookies to satisfy everyone’s taste buds. Classics like Chocolate Chip, Cinnamon Sugar and Oatmeal Chip are sure to rival your childhood favorites. For something richer and more unique, there’s the buttery, Toasted Coconut, creamy Vanilla Bean and Sweet Raspberry. And, for the fudgy brownie-lovers, there’s Chocolate Sea Salt and Chocolate Mint.

For the Holiday Season and Vegan Gift Giving:

“Our bakers live for letting their creativity shine in the test kitchen and developing extra special cookies for seasonal and holiday boxes,” said Dossa.

The Holiday Flavors box is available Nov. 26 through Jan. 3 and includes:

  • 3 Chewy Chocolate brownies with just the right amount of fudgy goodness
  • 3 Soft Ginger cookies spiced perfectly with crystallized ginger
  • 3 Chocolate and Vanilla layered cookies are as beautiful as they are decadent
  • 3 Chocolate Chip cookies because everyone loves a classic

About Fat Badger Bakery

Fat Badger Bakery crafts vegan cookies in a dedicated dairy-free, egg-free and peanut-free facility and offers them for sale across the Continental U.S. at www.fatbadgerbakery.com, and at fine health food stores and eateries.

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