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Your Vegan Weekly News Roundup – 04.12.20

by Fabian Jackson

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Welcome to your weekly dose of the best vegan stories from across the globe. AKA, your ultimate feel-good foodie news.

1. Vegan Lindt To Hit The UK Shelves In Time For Christmas

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The Swiss chocolatiers, who know how to celebrate festivities, have released their much-awaited plant-based chocolate line in the UK. After the ranges’ roaring success in Germany with flavours of Cookies and Hazelnut, we’re thrilled to try it – and just in time to make an appearance in stockings up and down the country.

2. Venus Williams Launches Plant-Based Protein Shake Brand

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Veg Out Mag puts it well when they say ‘There are plenty of vegan protein shakes on the market, but how many of them are crafted by a 4x Olympic Gold Medalist and one of the most decorated [...] athletes of all time?’. Exactly! It’s no secret that the plant-based movement amongst professional athletes is growing rapidly, we’re just thrilled that there are products for us regular folks to try as a result. 

3. Supermarket’s Vegan ‘Pigs in Blankets’ Captures Attention 

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High-street supermarket, Morrisons, festive vegan dish has picked up media attention this week. They’ve launched a plant-based ‘no pigs in blankets’ as part of their seasonal range and the internet has blown up over it with heated debate. This side is made from a chickpea and jackfruit sausage wrapped in a streaky pastry blanket. We think it sounds delicious, but will it be part of your Christmas dinner this year? (Or, perhaps like us, you’ll be trying it even sooner)

4. A Thousand Kilos of Plant-Based Food to be Donated to Communities in Need  

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Million Dollar Vegan, a non-profit organisation has coordinated 14 food companies to donate a thousand kilos of vegan food this December to the food bank of Madrid. The campaign is called ‘Share vegan’ and has seen over 300,000 vegan meals donated in 14 countries since the start of the pandemic this year. 

5. Germany’s Vegan Population Has Doubled Over the Last Four Years

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Since 2016 the number of vegans living in Germany has doubled to a whopping 2.6 million, which equates to around 3.2% of their population and growing. The stats come from food group Veganz, who also note that the ‘flexitarian’ populations of the European countries they surveyed are growing rapidly too, stating that sustainability and environmental reasons at mostly the root of these lifestyle changes. We love to hear statistics like these, and love sharing them with you even more!

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Fabian Jackson
by Fabian Jackson

Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.

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