Slutty Vegan Owner, Pinky Cole, Released a Line of Vegan Spinach-Artichoke Dips and It’s Definitely Worth the Hype

published Aug 18, 2022
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SEPTEMBER 13: CEO of Slutty Vegan Pinky Cole attends day 2 of REVOLT Summit x AT&T Summit on September 13, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia.
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With its tongue-in-cheek branding, savvy digital marketing, and tasty plant-based burgers, Slutty Vegan has quickly amassed a legion of dedicated supporters. Its founder, Pinky Cole, has been committed to taking the brand to new heights, and in just four years she’s gone from selling burgers from her apartment to selling them in five locations across the state of Georgia.

Never one to rest on her laurels, Pinky has now set her sights on expanding the brand into the retail sector with a line of dips inspired by Slutty Vegan’s signature flavors. 

After a successful test run in Atlanta-based Targets earlier this year, the line of delicious dips are now also available in select Costco locations across the Midwest and Southeast. And while the initial release will focus on the brand’s vegan Spinach and Artichoke dip, Pinky already has plans to add more flavors and more stores in the near future.

I’ve been fortunate to eat at Slutty Vegan on more than one occasion and can co-sign that the celeb-loved franchise is absolutely worth the hype. Thankfully, Pinky announced plans to open an additional 20 locations by 2023 so that more people have an opportunity to experience the beauty of plant-based food.

If the dip isn’t available in a store near you, check out our list of the best-frozen spinach and artichoke dips. And, if you’re looking for a few plant-based recipes to have handy for this holiday season, Pinky’s first cookbook, Eat Plants, B*tch, is dropping this November.