As well as introducing a new vegan range, M&S will #MarkItVegan!


Posted on the 4th January 2019

Not only have Marks and Spencer released a new vegan range, they have also introduced vegan labelling for their own-brand products. 


Marks and Spencer really upped their vegan game recently, with the launch of their new Plant Kitchen range, which features more than 50 new plant-based products, including coleslaw, pizzas, mac ‘n’ cheese, cauliflower ‘popcorn’, ready-meals and more! As well as this exciting new range, we can confirm that M&S has also introduced vegan labelling for all of their own-brand vegan products.

They join Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Iceland and Waitrose in committing to clearly and consistently labelling their own-brand vegan products, following the launch of Animal Aid’s #MarkItVegan campaign.

Clearly and consistently labelling products as vegan in some way has benefits for the business as well as the consumer; firstly, it enables those of us who avoid animal products entirely to easily find which products are vegan. Secondly, it also helps non-vegans realise how many delicious vegan options there truly are to choose from. When veganism is presented as something that is normal, those who may be a little sceptical are more inclined to give it a try.

As well as introducing new products, M&S have also altered the ingredients of some of their previous non-vegan products to make them vegan!

Thank you, Marks and Spencer!

Lidl: Don’t get left behind!

Lidl is the only major UK supermarket not to have committed to clear and consistent labelling for their own-brand products. Please contact them, and ask them to #MarkItVegan.

> Contact them on social media
Tweet them: Hey @LidlUK, you are currently the only UK supermarket to not commit to clear and consistent vegan labelling for your own-brand products. Will you please #MarkItVegan?

Post on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/lidluk/

> Send them an email
customer.services@lidl.co.uk 

Read more posts...

RTÉ Investigation exposes systemic abuse of innocent horses

An undercover investigation by RTÉ into the contemptible world of horse trading highlighted blatant cruelty towards horses, unrestrained greed, fraudulent practices of changing horses’ identifications and illegal transportation of the animals across Europe via the UK...

Posted 13 Jun 2024

‘Votes for Animals’ launched!

On 4th July, the British public will vote in an election that will impact the lives of billions of sentient beings. Today, we launch our Votes For Animals website and the Crackdown on Cruelty campaign,...

Posted 12 Jun 2024