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College rolls out new concept with plant-based menu

Pitchforks, an all-vegan food station that opened in the fall, has quadrupled lunch sales.

Panko-crusted sweet potato burgers piled high with sliced avocado and shaved red onion. Seared tofu banh mi served with pickled zucchini noodles and a side of beet couscous. These are some of the plant-based protein options at Pitchforks, a new, all-vegan food station at Canisius College in Buffalo, N.Y. Since opening in the fall of 2016, the new station has appealed to vegans and non-vegans alike, quadrupling sales at lunch and attracting attention from other schools. 

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