PETA honours Marks & Spencer’s for its expansive vegan ranges
Not only has Marks & Spencer met the rising consumer demand for vegan and eco-friendly products, but it has also come headway’s with its new ‘vegan’ logo, making all of their vegan products easily identifiable for customers. In light of this, Marks & Spencer is being recognised with a Vegan-Friendly High-Street Retailer Award from PETA.
As the first-of-its-kind, the award comes after the launch of Marks & Spencer’s animal-free footwear collection, which includes more than 350 all-vegan shoes, trainers, and slippers, as well as the release of its new Plant Kitchen range, which features of more than 50 vegan products, including, No Beef Burgers, Cauliflower Popcorn Bites and the high street’s first vegan coleslaw.
Marks & Spencer have also recently introduced a wide range of non-dairy milks, and a cashmilon™ wool-free knitwear range, which are sure to become as popular as the rest of their vegan products.
PETA director of corporate projects, Yvonne Taylor, says: ‘From its fresh, ready-made vegan fare to its stylish animal-free accessories, Marks & Spencer is ticking all the boxes when it comes to ethical food and fashion.’
Taylor continues: ‘PETA is recognising this iconic high-street retailer for keeping step with the burgeoning demand for animal-friendly options, and for helping to move Britain in a kinder and more sustainable direction with its easily identifiable ‘vegan’ labelling.’
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