Filtering by Category: Vegan Businesses
When I found out that a vegan cafe was opening in Pinner, (North West London), I was so excited! I've been there about 5 times since it's opened and every time, I'm pleasantly surprised by how much it's evolved. The staff are lovely, the cafe is bursting because it's so popular, the atmosphere is relaxed, and the food is delicious!
Enjoy this interview style article, through which one of the owners will you tell you everything you need to know, and more; about Ahimsa Vegan Cafe.Read More
I met Harrison Huxster at VegFest and loved that his aim was to use his merchandise to influence others through thought provoking messages.
Here's some information about his company, Vegan Deviant.Read More
I shifted from a vegetarian diet, to a vegan lifestyle, because I was unable to live a life of duality. I couldn't know about the pain, suffering, and entrapment that animals endure, for us to have particular foods or materials, and continue to be part of it. Although I do reflect on things, I wouldn't have started this journey if it wasn't for PeTA India, and the learning hasn't stopped there.
To me, T.O.F.U. Magazine is key in helping us connect the dots. It is a way of making us aware of topics that involve veganism and other forms of oppression. After all, if that's the kind of thing that bothers us, and if that's what we want to avoid being part of; T.O.F.U Magazine is a great way to make sure that we stay in the know. We may not be ready to make necessary changes straight away, but at least we'll be aware.
More about T.O.F.U. Magazine...Read More
The words, 'artisan', 'award winning spreads and butters' and 'without added extras' should give you a taster of what this article has to offer.Read More
I met Bassam Sharaf a few months ago. He had a stall where people were queuing up to try his foods. They weren't just trying them; but they were lingering, talking about them and then buying them to take home. The Sharaf mixes empower everyone to make Falafel, and other items, with less effort, without sacrificing how it should taste!
Check out this interview style article about Sharaf Foods.Read More
Within a year of starting up, Solkiki have won awards for their gourmet chocolate bars. What makes their bars so special?
I met Iris and Bob at VegFest and absolutely loved the gourmet look of their chocolate bars. Their packaging was attractive because it was simple yet bold. However, beyond all of that, they had a large variety of flavours, and those I tasted were delicious!
Keep reading to discover the difference that using fine cacao beans can make!Read More
I had the good fortune of meeting Poppy Lettice when I attended a recent VegFest. Poppy is bubbly, passionate, generous and eager to please her vegan (and non-vegan) customers. The items that she had put on her stall for tasting, disappeared quite quickly, and she was given a lot of positive feedback by us tasters too! I knew you'd want to read about the range of goodies she makes and provides, so here's an article that will tell you that and more!Read More
I came across Sharon when I saw a video of her making some nail polish. I could see that she had a range of colours and effects, and was then compelled to contact her when I found out that her entire range was vegan and cruelty-free.
Here's some more information about her company, For Your Nails Only.Read More
I had been seeing Free From Italy pop up in different areas, so it was great to meet the man behind the brand! Nigel Singh created the brand after being disheartened by the lack of good quality, tasty free from food that was available in the UK. He has gone out of his way to source, taste and select various items, before adding them to the ever growing list of items that he supplies. Now over to Nigel who will fill you in on the why, what, when and more.Read More