Making veganism more accessible
As well as giving individuals the tools they need to switch to a plant-based diet, we also actively campaign for companies, restaurants and other eateries to increase their vegan options.
Animal Aid regularly contacts eateries and the like about introducing vegan options.Read our ‘Why should you introduce vegan options?’ factfile
Restaurants up and down the country are introducing plant-based options at an amazing scale. However, there are some which are a little behind the competition in this regard. Animal Aid has made a guide for restaurants to use in order to make introducing vegan options easier for them. You can help get vegan options on your local restaurants’ menu by passing on the guide to the manager and/or Head Chef of your local eateries.Read and download our restaurant guide
‘Vegan cheese, please!’
Vegan cheese has come on leaps and bounds over the years, which has resulted in it being used by many restaurants – including most pizza chains and restaurants. Despite this, there are still some that don’t. A cheeseless pizza just isn’t the same! Given the huge number of people ditching dairy, surely it is time for all pizza eateries to offer consumers a plant-based alternative?
Campaign update: Papa John’s Pizza introduces vegan cheese in all UK stores!
The ‘Almost There’ Campaign
There are so many vegan options available now, that adopting a plant-based diet and cruelty-free lifestyle has never been easier. But have you ever picked up a packet of food, scanned the ingredients and thought that it should be vegan, only to discover some unnecessary, ‘hidden’ animal product that really need not be there? Is there anything more annoying? Our ‘Almost There’ campaign aims to change this through engaging with companies.Read about our campaign to encourage companies to make products vegan by changing a few minimal ingredients