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Plant Based News has partnered a range of influencers and foodies to offer our readers a special bundle of e-books and classes.

The curated collection of 90 online ebooks/classes would retail separately for $1,926.94 USD – with the offer price running for one week only.

The package deal offers a massive 97 percent discount – costing just $50 USD or £38 for people in the UK – for the full bundle.

Vegan e-books

The books include a range of vegan guides, lifestyle guides, recipe ebooks, workout routines, and zero-waste inspiration and more.

Other topics covered include raising plant-based babies, plant-based weddings, plant-based dogs, vegan bodybuilding, overcoming emotional eating, DIY beauty, and sustainable fashion among others.

Authors of the e-books include Madeleine Shaw, Caroline Deisler, Zanna Van Dijk, Naturally Nina, and That Vegan couple as well as many more.

‘Fantastic opportunity’

“This is a fantastic opportunity,” said PBN co-founder Robbie Lockie. “There are 90 ebooks from leading people in the plant-based and vegan community.

“There are books on nutrition, plant-based fitness, healing your gut, you name it. They are all by people we know and trust.”

PBN founder Klaus Mitchell added: “This bundle is really great because you get around 96 percent off the full price of the ebooks. We do a lot of promotion of ebooks, but I think this is the best offer.”

You can find out more about the bundle and purchase it here

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