Last year, The Telegraph reported a new trend in the United Kingdom--the rise of vegan beers. That coupled with the news of Guinness dropping isinglass and going vegan this year makes it seem like a good time as any to celebrate vegan-friendly beers.
In a recent article titled "The Future's Bright For Vegan Make-up," British Vogue beauty and health editor Lottie Winter puts the spotlight on vegan and cruelty-free makeup, and highlights some companies that are "giving cruelty-free cosmetics some serious bite, with colours and formulas as bold as their beliefs."
In the article, Winter puts the spotlight on "some of the brightest and best vegan
A recent feature in The Guardian outlined a new project that is set to be featured this week in British supermarkets, which aims to "rebalance the contents of supermarket trolleys."
The project is funded by Wellcome Trust's Our Planet, Our Health program, and is in collaboration with executives of supermarket chain Sainsbury's and Oxford University scientists, and will focus on redesigning
With the 360% increase in Britain's vegan population, it should come as no surprise that major British retailer Marks & Spencer has expanded their food items to include a variety of vegan meal options. According to the Daily Mail, customers can now enjoy:
"The 'Super Green' sandwich, which includes an edamame and minted pea filling wrapped up in a chia and linseed bread.
English actor Roger Moore, who played the iconic role of James Bond from 1973 to 1985, recently called on British Prime Minister Theresa May to introduce legislation that would ban the use of wild animals in circuses. In an article published in Sunday People, Moore states:
"All around the world, animal circuses are being banned.
It has been a great month for the people of Nottingham, U.K. On September 5, local pub The Peacock reopened its doors with a fully vegan menu, and on September 3, the city's first all-vegan deli, Amala Living Foods, officially opened its doors!