Choose Vegan provides advice on ways of living free of animal products for the benefit of people, animals and the planet.
Choose vegan is dedicated to raising awareness of the suffering and deaths of non-human animals as victims, speciesism and working towards the abolition of animal use through the promotion of veganism and awareness.
We are a co-operative of co-operative and community entrepreneurs specialising in social change through sustainable enterprise.
Our members and associates support co-operatives, community enterprises, social enterprises and transition enterprises to start and develop.
We work with with bakers, foresters, coppicers, makers, producers, orchard keepers, brewers, growers, grocers, community energy projects, co-op pubs, community land trusts, housing co-ops - anyone looking to create democratically owned enterprises working for social change.
Our aim is to help create sustainable local economies by supporting new and existing community and co-operative enterprise.
Most of us want to live happy, healthy lives without exploiting other people, hurting animals or damaging our world. We help people to 'live a better life' by considering how individual actions impact personal health and wellbeing, and that of other people, animals and our world.
A facebook page to share cruelty free businesses, organisations and events. A place to network and connect with vegans and their services.
If you run a cruelty-free business, charity or organisation you can post on here. We are building a community where vegan businesses can network with each other and consumers can find compassionate businesses all in one place.
Founded in 1996, the Vegan-Organic Network, VON, is an ambitious UK registered charity with an international network of active supporters. Our aims are to research and promote vegan-organic (also known as stockfree organic) methods of agriculture and horticulture throughout the world so that green, clean and cruelty-free food becomes widely available.
Vegan-organics is any system of cultivation that avoids artificial chemicals and sprays, livestock manures and animal remains from slaughter houses. Alternatively, fertility is maintained by vegetable compost, green manures, crop rotation, mulches, and any other method that is sustainable, ecologically viable and not dependent upon animal exploitation. This will ensure long term fertility, and wholesome food for this and future generations.