If you're participating in Veganuary, in this month alone, you'll be saving:-
- 30 animals
- 124,917 litres of water
- 543 kg of grain
- 273 kg of CO2
- 84 square metres of forest
How do I know what's vegan and what isn't?
- Navigating labels is a big part of being vegan. The good news is that the longer you are vegan, the easier it becomes
- Best case scenario, the product is clearly labelled as Vegan on the front, or has the Certified Vegan logo
- Do not be put off by warning that say 'may contain milk'. These are in place due to manufacturing methods and are interpreted by many as 'accidentally vegan'
- Remember that lactose-free or free-from does not mean vegan by default so always check
- A few animal ingredients to look out for: casein, lactose, whey, honey, buttermilk, gelatine, keratin, shellac, vitamin D3, isinglass, collagen
(Source: the Vegan Society)
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