Voting for the Vegan Food UK Awards 2018 opens tomorrow (November 21).
For the second year running, the 90,000+ members of the Vegan Food UK community will have the chance to vote on their favorite vegan foods of the years, as well as nominate businesses and companies for other people to vote on
The awards are based on live voting using Polls via the active VFUK Facebook group over a 24-hour period for each category.
"We believe the VFUK Awards are the most unique vegan awards in the UK, based on live, real-time voting over a 24 hour period," Liam Day, Co-founder of Vegan Food UK, said.
"The awards last year went very well with thousands of people voting on their favorite vegan products, and places, we hope this year will be the same."
"The awards are a fantastic opportunity to thank the companies that have made all the incredible vegan food in 2018," Janine Day, Co-founder of Vegan Food UK, added.
"As well as promoting animal rights, vegans in the UK are a proud bunch of people who love their food so it's nice to give them a chance to vote on their favorite products."
Most Vegan-Friendly Supermarket
Tastiest Vegan Ready Meal
Best Vegan Sandwich
Best Vegan Pizza Bought at a Supermarket
Most Vegan-Friendly Chain Restaurant
Most Vegan-Friendly Chain Cafe
Best Accidentally Vegan Product
Tastiest Vegan Burger
Best Vegan Cheese
Most Vegan Friendly Town/City
This year there will also be a Small Business Award, where people can nominate their favourite vegan food businesses.
All nominations should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org (deadline November 25, no self-nominations, and you must state why you think the business deserves the award).
The award will be judged by a panel of 20 admins of VFUK.
The VFUK Awards are sponsored for the second year by The Vegan Kind supermarket, the UK's leading online retailer that helps people go, and stay, vegan.
Its lifestyle and beauty subscription boxes introduce vegans and the vegan-curious to a wide and diverse range of vegan and cruelty-free products, while its online supermarket provides international access to everything vegan.
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