Glasgow-based Daring Foods say the deal means its plant-based meat alternative products could be served at 1,000 locations via the foodservice industry by the end of the year A Scottish company making vegan meat alternatives has signed a major distribution deal with Lomond Foods - meaning its products will be available at 300 locations by March, WHICH IS HUGE!
The company is Daring Foods, and was founded by Ross Mackay and Eliott Kessas, they make products which are vegan
Music star Hayley Williams of the band Paramore put out a line of vegan hair dye at Sephora this week. The singer's product "Good Dye Young" is available for purchase online under the sephora cosmetics umbrella, as well as on the brand's own website.
The collection includes a number of different products, all of which are labeled 'vegan' and 'cruelty free'. In addition to a selection of intense semi-permanent colors, Good Dye Young also has a few wash-out colors called Poser
In recent news the Oatly company(they make non dairy milk from oats, it's actually mad tasty) is launching a major campaign across the UK to encourage people to ditch dairy and opt for vegan milk in its place.
The £700k (roughly $805,000) cross-media campaign will run across major transport hubs including Kings Cross, Oxford Circus, Shoreditch, Peckham and Brixton.
One of the slogans being used is "Oatly, it's like milk but made for humans". Love it! #vegan #savetheanima