ethical foods

Ethical Stores the worlds first ethical marketplace

Our friends at EthicalStores.com are launching the worlds first ethical market place, all business that trade ethical products are welcome to sign up for free store, the organisation is the Ethical answer to Etsy.

What products can I list on this website? We pride ourselves that all products listed must not cause harm to anyone or anything. These products must all be cruelty free. Ethical is all about doing the right thing in the whole process of creating something. For example not using animal products. By doing this each person can make a positive contribution to saving our planet.

  • Cruelty free
  • Natural
  • Pure Ingredients
  • Ethical Sourcing
  • Nutrition Transparency
  • Fair Trade
  • Ethical Marketing and Advertising
  • Renewable/Recyclable Packaging

Launch date 20th March 2015

  If anyone is interested in a free store please contact info@EthicalStores.com

edinburgh vegan festival

Edinburgh Vegan Festival 2015

Leading on from the huge success of last years vegan festival held in Newcastle upon Tyne, we have two new dates for 2015, first up we are revisiting Newcastle upon Tyne on the 4th July and then on to Edinburgh for their first vegan festival on the 8th August.

For details on venues : http://veganfestival.co.uk/venue/

For details on ticket sales : http://veganfestival.co.uk/attend/

For details on exhibiting : http://veganfestival.co.uk/registration/

All other enquirers : enquiries@VeganFestival.co.uk

Hope to see you there.

 

vegan ikeas meatballs

Ikea to roll out VEGAN meatballs across its UK

Ikea to roll out VEGAN meatballs across its UK. A staggering 11 billion of them are sold every year in the UK alone – and they have been cited as one of the best reasons for visiting an Ikea store.
And now the furniture giant is planning a twist to its famous Kottbullar meatballs by introducing a vegan version from April.

The decision came about after heavy lobbying from animal rights activists PETA, which successfully convinced the Swedish home giants to add a meatless version to its restaurant menu.
PETA’s petition alone snagged 25,000 signatures, GrubStreet reported, and the outcry was enough for Ikea to confirm that the new meatballs will be available in their restaurants from Spring.
The website revealed that an Ikea representative told animal-rights group Viva! that the ‘the veggie ball does not have any animal content and is therefore also suitable for vegans’.

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