We’re starting out with some fantastic products including the Veg 1 multivitamin formulated especially for vegans (at $15.95 for a three month supply it’s almost a steal), a long lasting aluminum free vegan deodorant (‘Dusk‘ by Herban Cowboy) that actually works, and a pea protein powder which is ideal for use in sports, weight control or as a source of valuable amino acids.
We’ll be adding more products over the coming weeks and hope to eventually become a one-stop-shop-till-you-drop cruelty free online store. Keep checking back as we’ll be adding more and more products very soon – cho-
-colates, mock meats and vegan cheese, egg replacers, nutritional yeast, whipped cream in a can, tee shirts, stickers and much much more. Let us know your favourites and we’ll do our best to get them in.
We ship directly to your door wherever you are in the world, and Victorians have the option of picking up their goods from our St Kilda storeroom. The best part is that all proceeds go directly towards our campaigns to help animals. So by shopping with us you’re not only getting great vegan goods for super cheap prices, you’re helping save animals from abuse.
The Uproar Rescue Team carries out rescues and investigations on factory farms, at slaughterhouses and in hunting areas, saving the lives of sick and injured animals who are in urgent need of veterinary care, and rehoming animals who are otherwise doomed to spend their lives cramped in cages with barely enough room to turn around.
Our rescue team also documents conditions inside factory farms to educate the general public about the hidden cruelty behind the animal farming industry. We will be publishing several special reports about conditions inside factory farms this year. Please sign up to our news list to get the latest information.
Vegan Easy magazine (formerly Living Vegan magazine) aims to provide entertaining, informative and innovative articles that appeal to both vegans and to those “just browsing”, and in the process advance veganism as the compassionate, rational and healthy lifestyle that it is.
You can view some sample pages on our livingvegan.com.au website
Vegan Easy is a not for profit publication and the money from direct subscriptions will go to Uproar Inc., the publishers of Living Vegan, to support vegan education campaigns.
Damona Divine Cow is the name of Martin’s new business and flavours include bocconcini, pepperjack and brie.
More information can be found on his Facebook page.
This is the mindset behind the Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale organised Uproar and Animal Liberation Victoria, which will take place later this month as part of the Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale (April 25–May 3).
Following the success of last year’s event, we will again co-host the bake sale, which will feature delectable vegan dishes, from walnut tartlets to coconut cheesecakes and pizza scrolls.
This year there will also be a bake-off competition with great prizes on offer, as well as stalls, cooking demonstrations and a barbeque.
The bake sale will also feature special guest David McArthur Nightingale Senior, who is a firefighter and emerging vegan food blogger.
The Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale is open to everyone and is a great opportunity for those interested in the vegan lifestyle to get involved. Proceeds from the event will go towards saving the lives of animals.
For more information about the bake sale visit the Facebook page and if you plan to enter a vegan dish for judging you can register on the day between 12pm and 1pm.
Article by Charlotte Brundett, Broadsheet
In short, animals and their suffering will once again be hidden from the public, and consumers will no longer be privy to the reality of Australian animal farming.
Without these undercover investigations the general public would be unaware of just how the animals exploited by these enterprises actually live. Thanks to animal activists who risk their safety and freedom to gather this information the public is able to make informed choices regarding what they are willing to support.