VEGANUARY TRENDING: Now Featured on Sky News

Veganuary have been breaking growth records this year, and now they have made their first TV appearance
 

Veganuary, which is a charity encouraging people to 'Try Vegan This January' have experienced a surge in growth this year, with over 60,000 signups (more than double the previous year).

They have influenced several restaurants to change their menus and have been featured heavily on British radio and in the written press Worldwide. This week, they were also featured on Sky News, and were filmed by the BBC, which is yet to be released.

Check out their website HERE.

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