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Tesco reveals mouth-watering 2018 vegan Christmas selection, including cauliflower wellington and stuffed butternut squash

With just two months to go until Christmas, festive vegans will be delighted to see the huge growth in plant-based products filling supermarket shelves for the holidays. Long gone are the days when vegans were resigned to a Christmas dinner featuring dry vegetables and pitying expressions from loved ones. In recent years supermarkets have upped …

New vegan documentary H.O.P.E. battles to ‘Make slaughterhouses obsolete’

Revolutionary new vegan documentary H.O.P.E. – What You Eat Matters aims to change the world by influencing eating habits to render slaughterhouses obsolete. H.O.P.E., or Healing Of Planet Earth, showcases how we can improve our health, reduce damage to the planet and prevent industrialised cruelty to animals by embracing a plant-based diet. The film addresses …

‘No-Kill’ eggs go on sale, potentially saving billions of chicken lives a year

The first ‘no-kill’ chicken eggs have gone on sale, using new technology which could potentially save billions of chicks’ lives a year. German company Seleggt developed a way to tell if an egg contains a male or female chick. This means, rather than being killed at birth, male chick eggs can be discarded before they …

The number of people taking up veganism has skyrocketed in the UK

Veganism has skyrocketed in the UK in the recent years with more and more people adopting it as a lifestyle. Health, environment, animal welfare or whatever, no doubt the driving force that is making people in the UK embrace a vegan lifestyle is strong. So much so that supermarkets in Britain report a steep surge …

Kat Von D comes under fire for what she’s said about her unborn baby

Blimey O’Reilly! There’s some seriously mixed views about celeb makeup artist, Kat Von D’s pregnancy right now. The former tattooist and creator of her eponymous makeup brand has in the past been outspoken about her views on animal welfare, and is proud of her cruelty free brand in which the majority of her products are …

This vegan illustrator’s drawings will blow your mind

Our new favourite vegan has to be ari_stocrate (Ari to her friends), the 24-year-old French illustrator who’s breaking Insta as we speak. Ari’s digitally drawn comic style covers all manner of daily peeves, many of which deal with what it is to be vegan in the here and now. We bloody love her. Check her …

James Corden makes a life-changing announcement about his diet

Okay, so he hasn’t gone vegan – but James Corden has gone vegetarian according to several news sources this week. That’s a pretty good start for the host of the USA’s Late Late Show, who claims to have had his meaty revelation while tucking into a bacon sandwich. He says, “I was upset about animal …

What this butcher says about World Meat Free Week will stop you in your tracks

Since you’re reading this piece, we’re making the reasonable assumption that you’re already on board at least with the idea of going vegan, if you’re not already vegan and proud and have been for years (hurrah! We salute you, friend). Or maybe – just maybe – you’re here to scope out what it’s all about. …

Can you f***ing believe it? Gordon Ramsay takes part In the first ever vegan MasterChef cook off

Gordon Ramsay continues to stun the vegan community in 2018. One of the world’s biggest haters of all things vegan, he fired off a dissenting tweet in February joking that, “I’m a member of PETA ! People Eating Tasty Animals…” I’m a member of PETA ! People eating tasty animals…… https://t.co/t9xCuVWDtq — Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) …

Veganism goes virtual after google emoji ditches eggs

The growth of vegan food has even spread to the virtual world after Google removed an egg from its salad emoji. The company announced the decision and indicated the intention was to create an ‘inclusive vegan salad’ for its users. That’s right, in a win for virtual vegans, the tech giant has accepted it must …

A whopping 56% of british people under 30 try out veganism in the last year

More than half of Brits aged 16-29 tried veganism in the last year, according to latest research. If your eyes just popped out reading that statistic then you’re in good company: even the ever-optimistic plant-powered Team Tovee felt our wildest expectations being exceeded by plant-loving Brits. Though the data gathered by Kellogg’s represents the number …