Compassionate Christmas

Posted on the 16th August 2004

Your guide to animal-friendly fashion, food and fun - stylish booklet available from Animal Aid, free of charge

National campaigning organisation Animal Aid has produced a glossy, 20 page booklet showing how easy it is to celebrate Christmas in cruelty-free style. Available free of charge, this ultra-stylish guide covers fashion, cosmetics, buying presents, donating to charity, holiday entertainment and the all-important Christmas meal.

Challenging the stereotype that an animal-free lifestyle means you will be restricted to wearing hemp and cheesecloth, existing on a diet of nuts and pulses, each section is illustrated with beautiful photographs showing sparkling party shoes, handbags and belts; luxurious make-up and toiletries and other animal-friendly goodies, including champagne and chocolates.

Rose Elliot, renowned vegetarian chef, has provided recipe suggestions for a delicious meat-free feast, with a seasonal Two Pear Salad for first course, Savoury Strudel for the main dish, and Boozy Ice Cream for a special Christmas treat. The food photography alone will set the tastebuds tingling!

A must-have for ethical consumers, animal lovers, foodies and fashionistas alike,¬†Compassionate Christmas¬†proves that you won’t miss out on festive fun by excluding animal products from your diet and shopping list.

Notes to Editors

  • The booklet is available¬†free of charge¬†from Animal Aid, The Old Chapel, Bradford Street, Tonbridge TN9 1AW.
  • Click here to view the booklet in PDF format.
  • Images¬†from the booklet available on request.
  • For¬†further information¬†contact Claudia Tarry on 01732 364546, ext 228.

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