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THE WINNERS!

It’s time to celebrate the people, products and companies that you voted as your favourites

The last few years have been absolutely incredible for veganism, with new products appearing on what almost seems like a weekly basis. We thought it was about time we celebrated them with the fi rst ever Vegan Food & Living Awards. Rather than lining up a panel of judges, we wanted to put the decisions in the hands of the people who actually buy the products on a daily basis – you! You voted in your thousands, so after careful counting and recounting, we’re fi nally ready to announce the winners…

BEST VEGAN CHOCOLATE

Winner•Moo Free

Replacing cows’ milk with rice milk has allowed Moo Free to create a range of delicious, creamy milk chocolates that does not require a single cow. All of their chocolates are free from allergens (including dairy, gluten, soya, wheat, lactose and casein) and all ingredients are organic and ethically sourced. Perfect for children and adults alike, the awardwinning bars are covered in cute designs and sprinkled with delicious toppings like hazelnut and banana chips. To top it all off , their packaging is environmentally friendly and absolutely none of the waste from their factories ends up in a landfi ll. www.moofreechocolates.com

Highly Commended • Booja Booja Commended • Vego

BEST MEAT ALTERNATIVE

Winner•Linda McCartney

The team at Linda McCartney is proud to have paved the way for the meat-free movement since it started out almost 30 years ago. Now, 78% of the range is vegan-friendly, including the beloved Vegetarian Sausages, Meatballs and Scampi. Using rehydrated soya protein, the products emulate the texture of meat while remaining free of animal products or by-products. The tasty natural fl avourings and seasonings make each meat alternative a delight to eat. More than this, in keeping with their founder’s passion for kindness, the packaging is 96.4% plastic-free, with an aim to be entirely plastic-free by 2021. lindamccartneyfoods.co.uk

Highly Commended Quorn•Commended• Vivera

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The April issue of Vegan Food & Living is a true celebration of Easter, featuring recipes from homemade chocolate Easter eggs and cakes to savoury delights to enjoy on the day itself. Also this issue, we show you how to make vegan Brie and mozzarella in just 1 hour, cook up a Friday night curry and get creative with pulses. This issue we also reveal the winners of our very first Vegan Food & Living Awards, take a look at why plastic straws aren't actually the biggest danger to our oceans and explore the concept of what veganism means to you. Download the issue today