We are committed to reducing environmental impact in retail and key to this is ensuring transparency where we can. Therefore we ensure our sellers assign their products to one or more GoEthical Values to provide visibility to customers of which ethical standard their products aligns to. Due to the expense of attaining certifications some smaller brands and manufacturers may not have received industry recognition but have adhered to the standards, our GoEthical Criteria helps ensure this is recognised and is more transparent.
How to find vegan products
Looking for vegan-friendly products can be overwhelming, but a few simple tips can make the process much easier. First, check the labels of products you’re interested in to see if they contain any animal products or by-products. Many companies are now clearly labeling their products as vegan, so this step can be very helpful. If a product is not labeled as vegan, you can check the company’s website or contact them directly to find out more information.
Another helpful tip is to look for vegan certifications on products. These certifications are given to products that meet certain criteria, such as not containing any animal products or by-products and not being tested on animals. One of the most well-known vegan certifications is the Vegan Society’s Vegan Trademark.
When shopping for vegan-friendly products, it’s also important to keep in mind that just because a product is vegan does not mean it is necessarily cruelty-free. Some vegan products may still be tested on animals, so be sure to check for cruelty-free certifications as well. With a little bit of research, it’s easy to find vegan-friendly products in just about any category.
It’s not just about diet
There are many reasons why people choose to go vegan. Some people choose to go vegan for ethical reasons, because they believe that it is wrong to exploit animals for any purpose. Others choose to go vegan for health reasons, because they believe that a vegan diet is healthier than a diet that includes meat and other animal products. Some people choose to go vegan for environmental reasons, because they believe that a vegan diet is more environmentally sustainable than a diet that includes meat and other animal products.
We’ve got you covered on everything from vegan-friendly shoes and bags, to vegan cosmetics. So whatever your needs may be, we’re confident that we can help you find a vegan solution that doesn’t compromise on quality or style.With over 1,500 products approved with our Vegan Value alone, living a vegan lifestyle has never been easier. Browse our vegan products today.
What is our criteria for vegan products
The Vegan Value helps people to identify that a product is free from animal ingredients. Holding this value gives brands the confidence to shout about their vegan credentials having gone through our vetting process.
A brand who has gone through the vetting process for the vegan value ensures no animal product is used in any stage of production. The brand is audited based on their product materials and manufacturing process to ensure that no animal product is used in any stage of production: uses nothing consisting of animal skins or animal by – products such as silk and or lesser apparent components such as adhesives.
You may also find that many products that hold the Vegan Value also hold our Cruelty Free Value, which identifies brands who hold the leaping bunny logo or PETA’s cruelty free bunny logo.
Many of our brands who hold our vegan value are also registered with the Vegan Trademark by the Vegan Society, this aids the process of our vetting.