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Blossom Du Jour to Open

Vegan fast food restaurant to open in New York City.

VegNews reported in August that Blossom’s Pamela Elizabeth was set to open a chain of organic, vegan cafés in New York City under the name Blossom Du Jour. The first Blossom Du Jour will open next week in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City, with a simple concept of providing vegan fast food to the masses while educating customers about factory farming. Televisions will broadcast scenes of rescued animals at nearby Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary. The menu will include both raw and comfort food vegan dishes, such as an Eggplant Parm Sub, raw pizza, and Chocolate Cream Sandwich Cookies.

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