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Veganizing Dunkin’ Donuts

Compassion Over Killing encourages vegans to submit cruelty-free donuts to Dunkin’ Donuts contest.

Dunkin' Donuts is currently holding its second annual Create Dunkin's Next Donut Contest, and Compassion Over Killing (COK) is encouraging vegans across the country to enter with cruelty-free doughnut requests. The online contest, which accepts submissions until March 8, asks users to choose their dream doughnut by selecting shape, dough, fillings, and toppings, with a personalized name and short story to accompany each sugary submission. COK suggest that vegan entries use the name and story elements of the contest to communicate that their creations are cruelty-free. Winners receive $12,000 and the chance to have their doughnut sold in Dunkin' Donuts stores. COK is compiling a gallery of user-submitted vegan doughnut pictures.

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