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Free ‘Vegan Super Pack’ Will Help People Ditch Animal Products


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A leading vegan charity has launched a free ‘vegan super pack’ in a bid to answer all the questions new and aspiring vegans have – and make it easier for them to ditch animal products.

The pack, from campaigning charity Viva!, includes the updated Everyone’s Going Vegan magazine plus nutritional charts and leaflets. According to Viva!, the pack ‘lays out the clear case for veganism and provides information about the three main pathways into veganism – health, environment and animal welfare – splitting these topics into handy bite-sized articles, infographics and nutritional charts’.

The 64-page Everyone’s Going Vegan magazine also features meal plans and detailed nutritional information about meat and dairy, recipes, and an exclusive interview with vegan Game of Thrones star Jerome Flynn.

‘Veganism is booming’

“There’s no denying it, veganism is booming! Everywhere you look, restaurants and supermarkets are rushing to provide products for the vegan consumer. Increasingly more people are asking questions about how to change their diet and our new magazine can provide the answers,” Juliet Gellatley, Viva! Founder and Director, said.

“The Everyone’s Going Vegan magazine is here to encourage people to try veganism and provides everything they might need to take those first crucial steps. We all know how it feels to be curious about veganism but unsure where to start. That’s one of the reasons why we have launched the vegan pack – to answer the most common questions that new and aspiring vegans have. And, to make it even easier, we’re offering the magazine for free.

“So whether you’re considering cutting down on meat, dairy and eggs for the planet, concerned about your health, or are interested in learning more about where our food really comes from, claim your free copy of our vegan super pack.”

Readers can order a FREE copy of Everyone’s Going Vegan here using the code GOVEGAN

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Maria Chiorando

Maria is the former editor for Plant Based News. She has been a newspaper reporter and features writer. Her work has been published by The Guardian and The Huffington Post, among others

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