Pitch + Plant, the UK's first vegan 'Dragon's Den' is back and bigger with up to £100k up for grabs.Read More
You've probably seen this super Instagrammable avocado gelato doing the rounds on the internet, but did you know it's vegan and available in London? We went to check it out...
We know, avocados are the downfall of millennials worldwide, we buy stuff like this so we'll never be able to buy our own houses, etc. That all? Let's move on.Read More
We were invited to host a Zero Waste Masterclass at adidas Studio Ldn this week, and enjoyed an evening finding out tips and tricks from some inspiring zero waste heroes.
Read more and see photos from the night here.Read More
Purezza, the famed vegan pizza paradise in Brighton has opened up a second location in London's Camden Town.
The pizza place is a favourite among vegans and omnivores, and has opened its doors to eager customers today, Monday 26th March 2018.Read More
Doughnut chain Crosstown have upped their vegan offerings and opened an all-vegan shop in the West End.
Vegan Crosstown has at least 20 flavours on offer each day, as well as hot and cold drinks and meal deals.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More