Vegan Food & Living July 2021

Vegan Food & Living is the fastest growing UK magazine celebrating the delicious approach to ethical eating. Every issue features at least 75 delicious recipes, plus ingredient focuses, expert guides to nutrition, important ethical issues, the latest news and exclusive competitions, plus how to take your culinary skills to the next level.

United Kingdom
Anthem Publishing
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Spring wasn’t particularly generous in giving us enticing opportunities to dine al fresco, but we’re hoping for much better from the summer. In anticipation, we’ve packed this issue full of inspiration to take mealtimes outside. We’ve got a gorgeous selection of picnic recipes from page 12, and some fresh ideas for the barbecue if cooking on gas appeals to you more (page 26). Whichever option you choose, you’ll probably want to accompany the main dishes with some supercharged salads (page 66). And if you’re not the designated driver, you could even enjoy a decadent summer cocktail or two (page 100). Travel is still a bit of a tricky subject this year, so if you’re missing being able to try different cuisines from warmer climes, we’re also on hand to help you…

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fry’s ditches 1.5 tonnes of plastic a year with packaging refresh

Plant-based food brand The Fry Family Food Co is celebrating the launch of its new brand look and feel this month, which will see it removing plastic inserts across a number of its core products. Moving one step closer to greener packaging, Fry’s has removed the plastic wrappers from seven of its main products, including its best-selling Chicken-Style Burgers, and other family-favourites such as the Traditional Burgers and Sausage Rolls. The move sets Fry’s on target to make 96 per cent of its products fully recyclable by the end of 2021. With listings in Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Ocado, several products from Fry’s range of meat-free burgers, sausages and pastries will now be packaged straight into the brand’s cardboard boxes, part of its mission to eliminate plastic and make its entire range…

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the garden eatery

Emma and Laura from bring us news of plant-based eating options across the UK Location: 154 Ashley Road, Hale, Cheshire WA15 9SA Website: Cuisine: Health food Service: Eat in and takeaway When best friends Kate and Amy opened up juice bar and health food restaurant The Garden Eatery in Hale seven years ago, it seemed ahead of the curve, yet they were blown away by the hungry response from locals. While plant-based food may have been ‘different’ at that time, in this leafy suburb of Manchester, they ploughed ahead creating a ‘restaurant in reverse’ and hero-ing vegetables with an option of add on items, in case your non-vegan cousin happened to dine with you. Flipping convention on its head and changing the way omnivores think about food – clever advocacy for plant-based eating. Inside…

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a new take on protein drinks

Vegan nutrition and lifestyle brand Myvegan is on a mission to change the game in plant-based nutrition, and its Clear Vegan Protein does just that. The juice-like protein drink, which launched last year, was a World First product and has since developed into a range of five delicious flavours that provide plenty of options to those who want a refreshing protein drink as an alternative to a normal protein shake. Flavours include bestsellers Lemon & Lime, Apple & Elderflower and Pineapple & Grapefruit. Each flavour is low in sugar (1g), only 57 calories per serving, made with real fruit, and contains 10g of plant-based protein sourced from hydrolysed pea protein. It’s also fully soluble and creates a light and juicy drink that can be enjoyed at any time of the…

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behind the scenes at viva!

Viva! Vegan Burger Van Tour We are excited to announce the launch of our vegan burger van city tour this summer, from 17-21 July. Starting in Brighton on 17 July, we’ll be handing out delicious, FREE vegan burgers (with all the trimmings!) and engaging in conversations with the public about how easy it is to switch out meat for vegan alternatives. It’s all part of our Vegan Now campaign, which runs through the summer, as we highlight the urgent need to choose Vegan Now for the sake of our planet. Our tour will highlight the devastating impact that animal products have on our world, featuring an eye-catching van decorated with facts about veganism and animal agriculture’s impact on the world. We’ll be sharing practical information with the public, including our awesome…

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nae vegan shoes launches vegan running sneakers made from recycled plastic bottles

Meet Nae Vegan Shoes. Nae stands for “No Animal Exploitation”. It is a vegan, ecological and ethical footwear brand on a mission to provide an animal-friendly and ecological alternative against human exploitation. And now you can get your hands on Nae’s first unisex running sneakers. Ever felt like you had springs beneath your feet? Jor, the vegan sneakers designed for running and outdoor activities, will give you that boost. These streamlined unisex sneakers carry purpose wherever they go as they are made from recycled plastic bottles (GRS Certified). With superlight soles, these shoes won’t hold you back. Available to shop online ( in black or white, you can’t go wrong with these versatile vegan sneakers for your post-lockdown freedom.…