Famous Atlanta-based vegan burger restaurant Slutty Vegan partners with Rap Snacks for the release of the veganized "Official Snack of Hip Hop”. These all-vegan potato chips are set to release in over 100,000 stores across the country this December. The highly anticipated collaboration will boast two brand new, delicious potato chip flavors to be announced, inspired by Slutty Vegan's health-conscious yet savory menu. Both brand names, founded by African-American entrepreneurs, are enthusiastic about the launch of this vegan potato chip line as it aims to spread awareness around healthier lifestyle choices to a culturally diverse community who may experience less access to vegan options otherwise.
This partnership will launch a national vegan revolution that's loved by stars like Snoop Dogg, Taraji P. Henson, Will Smith and Tiffany Haddish. The movement is being led by Pinky Cole, who is singlehandedly changing the way people think about vegan food with her revolutionary brand Slutty Vegan. Pinky has successfully created the first nationally known 100% plant-based burger destination and first rose to fame through her hundreds of thousand Instagram followers as a 100% plant-based vegan burger joint that has a consistent line of thousands of vegan and non-vegan fans across the country coming to try her food, even after only breaking ground just months ago.
Pinky is a regular on television screens across the country, with a recent appearance on Access Live where she stunned hosts with her trademark vegan burger. Creating food as provocative as the name implies and menu titles that intrigue (Fussy Hussy, Sloppy Toppy & One Night Stand), this Atlanta-based burger shop is currently on an ongoing national pop-up tour that has celebrities, senators, sports stars and skeptics getting #Sluttified.
Beginning her professional career as a TV production assistant, Pinky quickly rose to be a producer at the age of 21, and this background would inform her ability to create and excel quickly and an entrepreneur. Slutty Vegan is provocative enough to get attention of the masses, but it's the taste, quality, and Pinky's incredible attitude and relatable climb to the top that keeps communities nationwide and celebrities including recently Cory Booker, Colin Kaepernick, Will Packer, Tyler Perry, Martin Lawrence, B.O.B, Missy Elliott, Issa Rae, Usher, and dozens more lining up to take a bite.
When Pinky isn't running her culinary empire, bottling her now nationally craved sauces, or touring nationally on the road for the next pop up stop (which she holds exclusively in minority-owned businesses), she spends her time giving back to her community, holding business workshops and granting college scholarships to those in need in her community.