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Embracing a Plant-Based Lifestyle Has Never Been Easier

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ok.vegan benefits animals, health, and the planet by promoting responsible products and brands. 

We understand that the journey towards a vegan or plant-based lifestyle can be both exciting and challenging. That's why we have created a one-stop destination for all your needs, offering complimentary access to products and service providers, resources, information, savings, and special offers from over 100 trusted product and service providers.

We recognize that not everyone who purchases vegan brands identifies as vegan, and that's perfectly okay! In fact, only 12% of people buying vegan brands are actually vegan. However, we are thrilled to see the plant-based movement gaining traction, with plant-based retail sales in the United States growing by an impressive 27% between 2019 and 2021, and a staggering 57% of U.S. households now incorporating plant-based foods into their diets.

 

Join our community of like-minded individuals today and unlock a world of delicious, ethical, and sustainable choices. Together, we can make a positive impact on our health, the environment, and animal welfare – one delicious plant-based meal at a time!

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choosing a vegan lifestyle

Ethical Concerns

Many vegans are motivated by a desire to avoid contributing to animal suffering and exploitation in the food industry. They believe that animals have the right to live free from cruelty and that killing them for food is unethical.

Environment

Animal agriculture is a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation, water pollution, and other environmental issues. By adopting a plant-based diet, vegans aim to reduce their environmental impact and carbon footprint.

Health

A well-planned vegan diet can provide numerous health benefits, including a lower risk of heart disease, certain types of cancer, obesity, and type 2 diabetes. Plant-based diets are typically high in fiber, antioxidants, and beneficial plant compounds.

Animal Welfare

Vegans are often concerned about the treatment of animals in factory farming practices, where animals may be confined in cramped spaces, subjected to painful procedures, and denied the ability to engage in natural behaviors.

Food Issues

Raising animals for food is resource-intensive and inefficient compared to growing plant-based foods directly for human consumption. Vegans believe that a plant-based food system is more sustainable and can help address issues of global food insecurity.

Personal Values

For some individuals, veganism aligns with their personal beliefs, values, and worldview, whether it's a commitment to non-violence, a desire for a more compassionate and just world, or a spiritual or philosophical perspective.

certifications explained

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Products with the PETA-Approved Vegan label must be completely animal product-free, meaning no animal substances may be used in production. The product is cruelty-free.

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BeVeg Certified Vegan Products undergo ISO Accreditation and are not of animal origin; contain animal cross-contamination; or animal exploitation and without animal suffering. 

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Certified Vegan Logo is a registered trademark for products that do not contain animal products or byproducts and that have not been tested on animals.

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