ProvamelProvamel, the UK’s leader in organic soya products is available solely and exclusively through independent health food retailers and Holland and Barrett stores. The company offers a premium range of organic, vegetarian, dairy free, plant-based foods and drinks including alternatives to milks, desserts, custards and yogurts. Here’s their news…
We use the goodness of the whole soya bean to ensure you get the best of this nutrient rich bean which is a great source of protein, soluble fibre and vitamins. As well as offering consumers a healthy choice, the Provamel organic soya range is also consistent with the values, beliefs and needs of the health food consumer. Sustainable development is at the root of all Provamel activities. We operate a total traceability system that guarantees our products are made from whole, non-GM soya beans and have over our 30 years, forged long-term relationships with our farmers, who we pay a premium for growing some of the best organic soya beans in the world. www.provamel.com
Vegan Emporium is one of the world's first all vegan department stores. From chocolate and food to clothes and affordable shoes, they've got everything you could ask for in a store. They make sure each of their products are of a high quality and make sure they are priced as cheaply as possible so customers are never disappointed. Vegan Emporium also strive to be as ethical and environmental as possible, with a majority of products being organic, fair trade or British made.
VegFestUK Brighton is Vegan Emporium's first festival - and they intend to make it one to remember with a wide range of free samples and an even wider range of brilliant vegan products. They look forward to seeing you there!
Natural Vitality is a small business that makes organic, vegetarian food, most of which is vegan and gluten-free, at a small farm kitchen in Tunley near Bath. Since July 2010 the vegan owners Sarah and Don have been building up a range of tasty and nutritious salads, dips, spreads, pates, soups, cakes and other goodies. They use the best quality local, organic produce they can find to ensure that their delicious range of fresh handmade food is a treat for all to enjoy. Visitors to Bath and Bristol Farmers’ Markets can buy snacks directly from Don on their stall; alternatively various health food shops, farm shops and other retailers in the Somerset area also stock Natural Vitality’s range. For an up-to-date listing of goodies and where to buy them, please visit www.natural-vitality.co.uk.
Great Loves MabelGreta Loves Mabel
Have you ever read a blog written by an opinionated Pig? Did you ever hear about the pig who set out on a mission to change the lives of animals around the world? No? Then you’ve never met Greta! Greta lives with best friend Mabel on Rose Blossom Farm, a place where all animals are free to live their lives naturally and happily together. ‘Greta Loves Mabel’ celebrates and promotes compassion to all animals with their bright animal art and high quality clothing, and they donate 10% of all profits to animals in need all over the world. All their products are 100% Vegan and the clothing is all fair-trade, we hope you can visit soon www.gretalovesmabel.com
Kara Dairy Free
Kara Dairy Free is a beautiful and nourishing coconut drink that has become immensely popular on the veggie/vegan circuits and beyond, as more and more people seek alternatives to dairy product. Kara Dairy Free is very low in fat (only 2%) and rich in calcium, as well as being cholestorol free, and is a fantastic healthy option for people of all dietary persuasions. Interestingly the Coconut is not a nut but is actually a fruit, making Kara Dairy Free a nut free product and therefore suitable for people with nut allergies, which is amazing. As with many vegan businesses, there is a very nice team behind KDF and we wish them all the best and welcome them on board as a growing part of the vegan community especially. www.karadairyfree.com