10 years of Veganuary!

Posted on the 31st December 2022

January will mark 10 years of Veganuary; will you sign up?

Veganuary makes going vegan easy, by giving you all the support you need to go vegan for January; as well as this, Veganuary has resulted in companies throughout the world jumping on board and offering delicious vegan options and special offers during January.

‘Where there’s hummus, there’s hope’

Veganuary’s 2023 campaign is supported by some well-known faces, including Made in Chelsea star Lucy Watson,  Michelin star chef Alexis Gauthier, and actress Famke Janssen.

Loving animals and eating them too never made sense to me; that’s why I went veggie aged six and then later turned to veganism. It was the best decision I’ve ever made, and I’ve enjoyed it so much more than I could have ever expected. It feels good to do the right thing. I know it can be a daunting prospect for some, Veganuary is here to help guide you.

Lucy Watson

Going vegan in 2016 was one of the best things I’ve ever done for myself, so I decided to share that joy the best way I knew how - by turning my whole fine-dining restaurant fully vegan, too. This January, you can experience that same joy for yourself by trying veganism - it’s healthy, it’s delicious, and it’s an act of kindness to this planet and the amazing creatures we share it with. All you have to do is give it a try!

Alexis Gauthier

Make Veganuary your New Year’s Resolution!

It’s free to sign up to Veganuary and it has never been easier. You’ll get a bunch of amazing recipes and an e-Cookbook, as well as any other help and support you need.

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