Raise Vegan magazine will launch in a variety of stores across the United States on February 1, 2019.
The quarterly edition of the title - a resource for vegan and plant-based parents - will be available in select Whole Foods and Sprouts locations, as well as some smaller natural foods stores across the country. It will also be on sale at Barnes and Noble booksellers at a date that is yet to be determined.
The quarterly offers a split cover with half of them featuring vegan YouTube star Ellen Fisher, and Olympic medalists and WNBA stars Diana Taurasi and Penny Taylor on the other half.
"The magazine is a comprehensive resource for parents who are raising their children vegan; it is also an excellent tool for anyone who is curious about the lifestyle or simply wants to learn more," a spokesperson for the magazine told Plant Based News.
"Raise Vegan was started in late 2017 by co-founder Janet Kearney and Chief Executive Officer Emily Wood; it began as a free online publication and within five months, it had the following, readership and support needed to go to print worldwide.
"Raise Vegan has grown to encompass various successful online support groups, including a new subscription-based group, Just Ask the Dietitians, in collaboration with Facebook's new classroom learning platform."
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