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Restaurants Offer Discounts for People Joining Animal Aid’s Summer Vegan Pledge

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Image: Instagram/Vutie Beets

Vegan restaurants are now offering discounts for people joining animal rights group Animal Aid‘s Summer Vegan Pledge for 2019.

The Summer Vegan Pledge, a 30-day vegan challenge that takes place in June, is back for its second year to encourage the public to give veganism a try completely for free.

To show their support, some of the UK’s well-known, independent vegan restaurants are offering discounts to those who will take part in the pledge.

Some of the restaurants that offer discounts for participants of the Summer Vegan Pledge include Café Van Gogh from London, which not only serves affordable vegan food but also offer cooking classes to local children with additional needs; Vx from London, the city’s very first all-vegan shop; and Biff’s Jack Shack, decadent and filthy vegan food using jackfruit as its main ingredient.

Image: Instagram/Café Van Gogh

Other restaurants that offer discounts to show their support are Miami Burger, Chia Naturally Healthy, Vutie Beets, Happy Maki, Vegan Antics, and Earth.

Tod Bradbury, Animal Aid’s Vegan Outreach Campaign Manager, said in a statement sent to Vegan World News: “We are very grateful to all of the amazing restaurants for offering participants a special discount.”

“The Summer Vegan Pledge is the perfect opportunity for those who are curious about a plant-based diet to give it a try. And with vegan options popping up in supermarkets, coffee shops, restaurants, and cafés — both chain and independent — it has never been easier.”

A plant-based vegan diet is kinder to animals, better for the environment and healthy.”

Image: Instagram/Chia Naturally Healthy

Participants of the Summer Vegan Pledge are offered all the help and advice that they need to stay vegan for 30 days, including a free welcome pack full of recipes, advice about nutrition, and tips on shopping.

The vegan challenge also includes regular updates throughout the month to keep participants motivated and fully informed about the cruelty-free lifestyle, access to exclusive social media channels for sharing tips and advice, details about vegan events and special offers, and one-to-one help if needed.

Aside from restaurants, celebrities are also showing their support for the vegan challenge, including Countdown star Rachel Riley and actor Peter Egan.

Other well-known faces who supported this year’s vegan pledge are “A Place in the Sun” presenter Jasmine Harman, stand-up comedian Andrew O’Neill, “Big Brother 2018” contestant Kay Lovelle, sports presenter Laura Winter, and philanthropist Heather Mills.

You can sign up for the 2019 Summer Vegan Pledge on the Animal Aid website.

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Roxanne Libatique

Written by Roxanne Libatique

Roxanne is a vegan journalist and advocate for animal rights and mental health. She tries to live consciously and spends her free time traveling, enjoying vegan food, volunteering, and speaking up for all animals. Connect with her at @roxlibatique on Twitter and Instagram.

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