Vegan What's Hot & Not - Aug '18 Edition
Updated: Sep 5, 2018
Iceland announce vegan range - coming in September.
Prime Minister promises to stop puppy and kitten mills.
Vego reveal vegan 'nutella style' chocolate spread jar.
10,000 people in attendance at London Official Animal Rights March.
Vegan magnums launch in Sweden and Finland.
Electric shock collars banned in England.
Costa announce vegan sticky toffee cookie - coming September 6th.
Prince Harry ditches hunting, prompted by Meghan Markle.
Vegan squirty cream now available in Asda.
Vegan-only Holland and Barrett to open before Christmas 2018.
Loads of products available at LIDL vegan week.
Starbucks announce vegan pumpkin spice.
The Autumn hunt begins (fox cub hunting, partridge shooting etc).
P&O ferries serious lack of vegan options (pride of Hull particularly).
Superdrug to offer botox that is tested on animals.
Pony painting parties becoming disturbing trend.
Butcher filmed swinging meat at vegans.
Bee population under "grave threat" in USA.
Endangered white rhino used in Russian circus.
Almond Breeze recalled due to possible cows milk contamination.
Waste at music festivals still a huge problem (plastic, meat and other stock).
5 year old Prince George taken to first grouse hunt.