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Slutty Vegan partners with Rap Snacks for vegan potato chips

Slutty Vegan will soon offer more than burgers, because it’s partnering with Rap Snacks for an all-vegan potato chip set. 

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The companies announced the news earlier this week, revealing the collaboration will boast two new flavors inspired by the plant-based burger restaurant. Although the brands have not yet revealed the flavors, the snacks will be available in over 100,000 stores throughout the country this December.  

“I am beyond thrilled to team with Rap Snacks to bring the Slutty Vegan lifestyle and culture to people throughout the country with our new vegan chips,” Slutty Vegan founder, Pinky Cole, said in a press release. “It is especially important to me that this partnership allows Slutty Vegan the opportunity to introduce healthy vegan options to urban and underserved communities throughout the country.”

Since Slutty Vegan launched in 2018, it’s become one of the most popular spots in the city with endorsements from celebrities, including Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, Tyler Perry and T.I.

Rap Snacks, known as the “Official Snack of Hip Hop,” has been around since 1994. It currently features Migos, Cardi B and other rappers on its bags. 

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