Why vegan?

Veganism, as a sustainable way of life has become an unstoppable energy with especially huge growth in demand in the cruelty-free food market. The Number of Vegans in Britain has risen by 360% in the last 10 years, 1 in 7 Britons identify as being vegan or vegetarian and it’s estimated that there are 22million "flexitarians" living in the UK today.

For our planet.

Opting for a vegan diet is now widely considered to be the “single biggest way” to reduce your environmental impact on the earth.

Read more on the Vegan Society website >>

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For your health.

Research has shown that a vegan diet can lead to lower blood pressure and cholesterol, lower rates of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and some types of cancer.

Read more on nutritionfacts.org >>

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For the animals.

Preventing harm to our fellow Earth dwellers is still one of the main reasons why people opt for a vegan lifestyle. In a world where cruelty to animals is no longer necessary to our survival many people believe that all sentient beings a right to life and freedom.

Read more on the Animal Equality website >>

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For the people.

Opting for a vegan diet uses less resource.

Food, land and water security is becoming an increasingly worrying world issue and with the worlds population still on the increase we do not have enough land to feed a growing population an animal-based diet.

Read more on the vegan society website >>>