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THE ACCIDENTAL VEGAN

Products that are vegan by chance rather than design

We’ve rounded up the top treat and snack food finds that just happen to be suitable for vegans. They aren’t advertised as vegan, but we scan and check the ingredients and share our discoveries with you. If any of these products say they may contain milk or other animal‑derived substances, this is due to the item being made in the same factory as other food produce. Note that all ingredients listings are subject to change.

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About Vegan Life

Happy New Year! It’s 2019, and it feels like we are officially living in the future. Instead of the flying, solar-powered cars and self-tying shoe laces we were promised we’d have by the movies, we’re instead fighting climate change, plastic pollution and for animal rights with more conviction and momentum than ever before. If you’ve picked up this magazine because you want to go vegan this year, you’ve made a brilliant choice — not just for you, but for the animals and planet as a whole. We’ve got everything you need to know, including what to buy on your weekly shop, how to have a successful Veganuary and the inspirational vegans you need to follow on social media. We also caught up with the lovely Clare Every, aka The Little London Vegan, who has some great plant-based restaurant recommendations to help you get your foodie fix. Whilst 2018 was a fantastic year for veganism, we still have a lot of work to do. Claire Bass from the Humane Society International unearths the truths of the shocking fur trade, and we investigate the burgeoning and dangerous exotic pet industry. Whilst these horrific trades still exist we must continue to spread the vegan message and give a voice to the voiceless. So let’s head into the new year united, campaigning for change and working towards a better and more peaceful earth. Who’s with me? See you next month,

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