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Dunkin’ launches VEGAN DONUTS in Belgium & Netherlands 

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Dunkin’ just announced the launch of more than 40 vegan donut flavors. The catch? They’re only available in the Netherlands and Belgium…for now.

The coffee giant shared on its Netherlands and Belgian Instagram accounts, “Yes, your prayers have been heard!” as it announced the release of more than 40 different vegan donut flavors. They are currently only available to order online for delivery but will hit stores mid-May with the intention to expand across Europe. 

After years of urging Dunkin’ to offer a vegan donut nationwide in the U.S., we think it’s safe to say that it is your “prayers” that have been heard. Since Dunkin’ is an American brand, could this be a trial run before launching in the U.S. market? We sure hope so.

Since the start of 2021, Dunkin’ U.S. has already rolled out a vegan-izable Southwest Veggie Power Sandwich in partnership with MorningStar Farms for a limited time as well as its new delicious, fresh and fully vegan avocado toast — in addition to the vegan-izable Beyond Sausage breakfast sandwich it released in 2019, which we have all come to know and love. In fact, my sister and I recently did a taste test of these Dunkin’ menu items – check out the short video below to find out what we thought.

When we launched our campaign urging Dunkin’ to offer a vegan donut more than three years ago, the coffee giant only had almond milk and hash browns to offer customers looking for plant-based options. Now, with multiple non-dairy milks to choose from (coconut milk was also just added last month) and a variety of vegan-izable food items, all that’s left is a vegan donut. If the release of these delicious sweet treats in other countries is any indication of what the future holds for vegans in the U.S., it is only a matter of time before Dunkin’ responds to our calls for a vegan donut and offers it stateside.

Join us in urging Dunkin’ to bring these vegan donuts stateside by signing the petition.

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