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Martha Stewart Launches Vegan Leather Shoe Range at Payless

Martha Stewart Launches Vegan Leather Shoe Range at Payless

According to Livekindly, Martha Stewart just dropped a shoe collection with Payless and it’s all made from vegan leather. The collection, called “Martha Everyday,” features 12 styles including vegan patent leather heels, strappy stilettos, scalloped flats, and kitten heel mules. Colors are primarily neutral, featuring […]

Vegan Superfood

Vegan Superfood

WE ARE INTRODUCING BEST VEGAN FOOD PRODUCTS ADUNA Aduna is an Africa-inspired health food brand and social enterprise. Our mission is to bring you the natural vitality of Africa’s superfoods, while creating sustainable livelihoods for small-scale producers. Welcome to The Aduna Feel Good Tribe!  AFRICAN SUPERFOODS: DELICIOUSLY […]

Vegan Cola With 50% Less Sugar Than Coca-Cola Launches in Poland

Vegan Cola With 50% Less Sugar Than Coca-Cola Launches in Poland

Livekindly revealed a new product from Poland.

A Polish brand is aiming to make a healthier soda for all.

Called Vegan Cola, the bubbly beverage is sweetened with a mix of stevia and natural sugar and contains natural caffeine from green coffee beans. Global market research firm Mintel named the drink one of the most innovative products on the Polish market in 2017, highlighting its reduced sugar content and “natural” ingredients.

“A carbonated drink with a unique taste of cola and the addition of natural caffeine,” states the website. “The product doesn’t contain preservatives. As it’s sweetened with stevia, it has reduced calories amount and sugar content. Vegan Cola is a product for the people living in accordance and harmony with nature, willing to spend their free time in nature, away from the urban bustle, or using urban green areas for active leisure among the closest friends. Also for those who support environmental protection and helping the needy animals.”

The drink is made by Vitamizu, a Poland-based beverage company that aims to create drinks that appeal to the rising consumer demand for “better-for-you” products. Vitamizu also makes yerba mate, ginger soda, and a healthier version of Oranżada Wyborowa, a popular Polish carbonated drink from the ’70s and ’80s.

A first of its kind mobile app to help people go vegan is being launched today after research showed half of Brits would consider becoming vegan

A first of its kind mobile app to help people go vegan is being launched today after research showed half of Brits would consider becoming vegan

The Vegan Society revealed first vegan app. The app is an introduction to a vegan lifestyle through a combination of interactive content with shopping, nutrition and recipe information, tailored for a UK audience. It helps users deal with issues such as giving up cheese or […]

New Vegan Butcher Shop “Real Fake Meats” Opens in Canada

New Vegan Butcher Shop “Real Fake Meats” Opens in Canada

Veg News find out that Нew vegan butcher shop Real Fake Meats will open in Halifax, Nova Scotia by the end of December as the first of its kind on the east coast of Canada. In May, former Top Chef Canada contestant Lauren Marshall launched […]

Healthy Vegan Food Is the Hottest Trend In Baby Names Now

Healthy Vegan Food Is the Hottest Trend In Baby Names Now

Livekindly find out that 2018 has been a successful year for veganism, with plant-based diets influencing supermarket shelves, restaurant menus, legislation, and reportedly even baby names.

BabyCenter, the world’s number one digital parenting resource, recently released this year’s Top 100 Baby Names. Based on its findings, healthy vegan food is one of the hottest trends for baby names.

“As fast food and processed snacks lose ground to clean eating and Paleo diets, more Gen Z and Millennial parents are choosing names that reflect their love of healthy foods,” a statement explained. Popular girls names include Kiwi (up 40 percent in popularity), Kale (up 35 percent), Maple (up 32 percent), and Clementine (up 15 percent).

Other popular names are inspired by herbs commonly used for seasoning plant-based dishes. Saffron saw a 31 percent rise in popularity for girls and Rosemary gained a 20 percent rise. Sage was up by 15 percent for boys.The statement notes that Millennial and Gen Z parents are naming their children after their “passions and values in 2018.” Reports this year revealed that 52 percent of Brits are consuming more vegan food due to ethical and environmental concerns, and 60 percent of Americans are reducing their meat consumption amid health and financial concerns. With even Collins Dictionary listing “vegan” as a top word for 2018, it is evident that plant-based eating is a major 2018 trend.

MILEY CYRUS ROCKS CRUELTY-FREE VEGAN LEATHER BY STELLA MCCARTNEY AND CHANEL

MILEY CYRUS ROCKS CRUELTY-FREE VEGAN LEATHER BY STELLA MCCARTNEY AND CHANEL

  Livekindly find out that Vegan musician Miley Cyrus recently stepped out in London wearing an all-black ensemble, featuring a pair of Stella McCartney’s cruelty-free, over-the-knee, leather boots and a Chanel mini-skirt. In the days that followed, she was seen wearing a vintage faux fur […]