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Let’s talk about fish

Let’s talk about fish Fish are often over-looked, but these animals are complex and suffer just as much as any other farmed animal. In fact, fish are some of the most exploited animals in world, with an estimated 160 billion farmed for food each year, as well as...

Being vegan in Greggs

Being vegan in Gregg's Being the UK largest bakery chain, Greggs has always been prominent on the high street. However, up until very recently their vegan options were slim.   The vegan sausage roll In January of this year, you would no doubt have been aware that...

Accidentally vegan

Accidentally vegan You may have heard of the term ‘accidentally vegan’ being used to describe certain foods, but what does this mean? When something is described as being ‘accidentally vegan’ it means that the product is not labelled or marketed as vegan, but it is in...

The Vegan Filter

The Vegan Filter By Isabella Aberle   You’ve made the first step on your vegan journey and joined the Summer Vegan Pledge – congratulations, an excellent start! You might have watched documentaries like Earthlings. You learned about the many benefits of a vegan diet....

Summer Vegan Pledge 2019 discounts and events!

Summer Vegan Pledge 2019 discounts and events! By signing up to the Summer Vegan Pledge, you are not only helping animals and the planet, you can also treat yourself with some discounts and events! Discounts You should have received your discount card by now which...

Busting common vegan myths

Busting common vegan myths When you first choose to go vegan, there are many things that people will ask or say to you which are simply untrue. Here wee look at some of the most common arguments: Myth 1: If we didn’t eat them, the animals would go extinct. The animals...

“But humans are made to eat meat!”

"But humans are made to eat meat!" One of the most common arguments we may hear is that humans are ‘designed’ to eat meat – and thus it is perfectly okay to raise and slaughter animals for consumption. Now, some may argue that humans are naturally herbivores and thus...

How do you know if a product is vegan or not?

How do you know if a product is vegan or not? As relatively new vegans, I can confidently say that you have spent a large proportion of your shopping trips reading labels, trying to decipher whether a product is suitable for vegans or not. This is an unfortunate part...

Being vegan in Papa John’s Pizza

Being vegan in Papa John's Pizza Earlier this year, following a petition and campaign by Animal Aid and Vegan Food UK, Papa John’s introduced vegan cheese into all of their UK stores. Pizzas > Vegan Sheese and Tomato – a vegan version of the classic cheese and tomato...

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