Superdrug Opens Vegan Pop Up Shop
Temple Of Seitan Open New Test Kitchen at Lost Rivers
In response to a growing demand for vegan and cruelty-free, UK retailer Superdrug has opened The Little Vegan Pop Up Shop in Shoreditch's Boxpark.
Superdrug is the second largest health and beauty retailer in the UK and has a policy of no animal testing on their own-brand products and have now created a dedicated store to sell only vegan products.
Versace Goes Fur Free?
Temple of Seitan have been changing the vegan fast food game since 2015, and are now adding to their empire and setting up their test kitchen in Lost Rivers in Old Street.
The 100% vegan fast food company opened their first permanent space in Hackney in January 2017, with an already dedicated following of people lining down the street to get their hands on vegan fried chicken.
#IWD: Interview With A Vegan Queen: Roxy Pope, So Vegan
Versace is the latest to join a growing list of designers choosing to drop animal fur from their fashion houses and move forward with more ethical alternatives.
In an interview with 1843 Magazine, Donnatella Versace, vice president and chief designer of the company, said that fur, which has been a strong feature in Versace’s collections for decades, will no longer be used.
#IWD: Interview With A Vegan Queen: Em-J Williams
For the past week, we've celebrated #internationalwomensday with a series of interviews with amazing and inspiring vegan women. Today in the last of the series we're talking to Roxy Pope, YouTube star and one half of So Vegan.
Roxy and her partner Ben make beautiful YouTube videos showcasing how easy it is to make tasty, wholesome and sometimes indulgent vegan food. We spoke to Roxy about her proudest moments and the badass women that inspire her.
#IWD: Interview With A Vegan Queen: Katie Hartley
Continuing our #internationalwomensday appreciation we've got more in our series of interviews with inspiring vegan women. Here we talk to Em-J Williams, the woman behind The EmJ Company who produce beautiful kit essentials for makeup, hair and beauty professionals.
Em-J has been a pro make-up artist for over ten years and started the company to provide the industry with vegan, cruelty-free products designed and handmade in England. We spoke to her about her achievements and advice for others.
Blog: What The Pitta Opens A Camden Vegan Kebab Shop
We're continuing the #internationalwomensday celebrations with our series of inspiring vegan women. Today we're talking to Katie Hartley who open up Humblest of Pleasures, a dreamy vegan cafe in Hebden Bridge less than a year ago.
The eatery has gone from strength to strength in its first year, we spoke to Katie about the experience of setting up her own business and advice she has for other women looking to do the same.
#IWD: Interview With A Vegan Queen: Egle Adomelyte, Paradise Unbakery
London's premier vegan kebab kings have come to North London, opening their third location with an eatery in Camden Town.
What The Pitta have opened up a full kebab shop offering doner kebabs, loaded fries, baklava and a range of drinks., perfect for the beginning or end of a night out in Camden.
Continuing our #internationalwomensday series of inspiring vegan women, we're speaking to Egle Adomelyte. Egle is the founder of Paradise Unbakery, Kensal Rise's top vegan hangout specialising in raw foods and an amazing brunch menu.
We caught up with Egle to find out what she's proud of achieving and the women that inspire her.