New figures show that almost a quarter of all new UK food products launched last year were labelled as vegan, while nearly two-thirds of Britons chose to eat meat substitutes.
A pop-up coffee shop from Swedish oat drink maker Oatly will be handing out free drinks in Glasgow today and tomorrow.
Staff members at bakery chain Greggs are set to pocket around £300 each after the company announced a £7 million windfall payment to its employees following a “phenomenal year”.
As thousands join Veganuary, Sunday Post writer Alice Hinds reveals her journey to a meat and dairy free life
The first question is always the same. “But what about bacon?”
Jordi Casamitjana’s belief in ethical veganism is reflected in almost every aspect of his day-to-day life, whether it be who he socialises with or the transport he takes.
A tribunal judge has ruled he is “overwhelmingly satisfied” that ethical veganism is a philosophical belief and is therefore a protected characteristic under the Equality Act 2010.
A landmark legal hearing begins in Norwich on Friday, with a panel to decide if veganism is a “philosophical or religious belief” and thus protected in law.
The late-night launch of Greggs’ vegan steak bake was met with 20-minute queues, after over 300,000 people signed up to take part in Veganuary.
Bakery chain Greggs has launched its new vegan steak bake.
A landmark legal hearing is to begin in Norwich, with a panel to decide if veganism is a “philosophical or religious belief” and thus protected in law.
A new Glasgow Vegan Winter Festival has been announced for later this month.