Posted by Vegan Advocate on Wednesday, 20 February 2016 | Tags animal cruelty,veganism,animal rights,rights source Google+ title Veganism is not the only thing to hate: It’s not all about cruelty article Posted in article Posted on Tuesday, 19 February 2016 Tags animal rights,animal cruelty,animal welfare,rights animal source GoogleNews (UK)(Image: Google News)A vegan movement has been born, with thousands of people pledging their support for the movement in the UK.
The Vegan Alliance, which was founded in 2015, aims to end the use of animals in animal products and to help end animal exploitation, by ending the use and sale of animal products.
The group is also pushing for a vegan diet, which aims to eliminate meat, dairy and eggs, as well as the use in cosmetics.
However, in the US, a group called the Campaign for the Humane Treatment of Animals has been pushing for veganism in the United States for years, calling on Americans to adopt veganism.
“Veganism is an ethical lifestyle choice and a powerful way to live our lives,” the group said in a statement.
“The only way to stop the slaughter of animals and end animal cruelty is to stop eating meat, and stop buying it.”
If we can achieve our goal, we will be a force for good in the world.
“The Vegan Advocacy has said it has received over 700,000 calls from vegan customers in the past three months, and has a network of thousands of supporters across the US.”
In the UK, veganism is on the rise and people are demanding that their governments and organisations act to end animal suffering.””
It is not enough to change the minds of some, and to do so without suffering the loss of your own vegan lifestyle.”
In the UK, veganism is on the rise and people are demanding that their governments and organisations act to end animal suffering.
“In the US alone, there were 1.8 million vegan businesses in 2016, with more than 100,000 in the states, according to Vegan Advocates.”
These numbers are an incredible testament to the power of veganism to bring about change,” the organisation said.”
And they speak for themselves.
“When you see the vegan community’s influence in your community, and you see how they are influencing your communities decisions, it is clear that you will be more than happy to take up the challenge and be a part of this movement.”