Norwich woman through to finals of Great Vegan Bake-Off
- Credit: PETA
A 24-year-old animal-rescue assistant from Norwich has been selected as a finalist in an annual contest to find the best vegan baker in the UK.
Jordane Roberts, is one of 13, to make it through to the finals with her lemon and raspberry baked doughnuts.
The competition is organised by The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), a UK-based charity dedicated to establishing and protecting the rights of all animals.
PETA Director, Elisa Allen said: 'We were so inundated with terrific cruelty-free dishes that it was almost impossible to narrow the entries down to just 13 finalists.
'Jordane is already a winner in our eyes because she's shown that vegan baking is a piece of (egg- and dairy-free) cake!'
Voting for the Great Vegan Bake-Off is open to the public until October 20. PETA will select a winner based on several factors, including vote count.
The results will be announced by October 27.
For more information visit PETA.org.uk
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