Slutty Vegan to launch its signature bacon in stores

Slutty Vegan to launch its signature bacon in stores

Are you a fan of the Slutty Vegan? If so, you’ll soon be able to stock your refrigerator with the company’s signature bacon.

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The plant-based burger restaurant recently announced it would begin selling its Taiwan-made vegan bacon, which is served on sandwiches at the company’s mobile and brick-and-mortar locations. 

In an Instagram post, the brand said the “Slutty Strips” are “coming to a grocery aisle near you!” No word yet on when it will officially hit the market. 

Many were thrilled to hear the news, including singer Jordin Sparks. She commented on the upload with several crying and hand-raised emojis. Atlanta radio personality Jade Novah was also excited. She wrote, “This is amazing. Yessss.”

Slutty Vegan, owned by Pinky Cole, launched in 2018 with just a food truck. It’s since opened a wildly popular brick-and-mortar eatery in Westview, which draws long snaking lines along Ralph David Abernathy several days a week.

The popular burgers have been tried by tons of influencers, including Usher, Tyler Perry and Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, who’ve all given the food rave reviews. 

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