Philanthropic association Vegan-Friendly UK as of late propelled the Vegan-Friendly accreditation image to help vegan-friendly organizations advance their vegan choices, according to VegNews magazine.
The heart-formed image recognizes cafés that qualify as vegan inviting if their menus support a wide assortment of vegan dishes. Initially established in Israel, the association extended to the United Kingdom with an end goal to build the presence of vegan alternatives and make veganism progressively available by urging organizations to include vegan choices.
“We will improve the visibility and exposure of restaurants which serve a minimum of 25-percent vegan options by labeling them both digitally and physically,” Ofek Ron, Vegan-Friendly General Manager, said.
“We will also provide restaurants with free hands-on training and guidance on how to switch ingredients in their dishes to improve their vegan offering. In our Israeli venture, with our assistance, the restaurants we work with have been able to sell approximately 20 percent more vegan dishes than before.
This meant that these restaurants were, in turn, selling less meat dishes and more vegan dishes.”
The Vegan-Friendly certification will at first dispatch with an online presence and once cafés start to open after the COVID-19 lockdown, Londoners will begin seeing heart-molded stickers at the passageway of their preferred vegan-friendly eateries.