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The Companies or Products That Are 'PETA-Approved Vegan'

Pre-Approved Vegan logo

Vegan fashion – clothes, shoes and accessories that contain no leather, fur, wool, skin, exotic skins or any other animal-derived fabric – is revolutionising the way that we shop and dress. As more and more people vow never to clothe themselves in cruelty, retailers and designers are meeting the demand for animal-friendly clothes in style.

Although you can easily find fashionable animal-free products in many high-street stores, some companies go further, either by ensuring that everything they sell is 100 per cent vegan or by clearly sign-posting their vegan products. Our "PETA-Approved Vegan" logo is a way of recognising these progressive compassionate businesses – and helping ethical consumers identify where to shop with confidence, safe in the knowledge that they're not supporting the exploitation of animals.

The following companies are part of the "PETA-Approved Vegan" programme in Europe and have signed our statement of assurance verifying that the relevant products are vegan:

These companies, which have signed up for PETA US' "PETA-Approved Vegan" scheme, also sell their products in the UK:

See the full list of companies using PETA US' "PETA-Approved Vegan" logo here.

Company representatives interested in using the "PETA-Approved Vegan" logo are encouraged to send both the questionnaire and the statement of assurance to YvonneT@peta.org.uk. PETA's Corporate Affairs Department will be in touch with you shortly after receipt.

Once companies are certified to use the "PETA-Approved Vegan" logo, they will have the opportunity to share their "PETA-Approved" commitment with consumers by using the logo on product labels and promotional materials. This step helps consumers identify which products are vegan at a glance while shopping. Free of charge, our logo may be used on companies' products, tags, literature, in-store displays, websites and various social-media outlets. To meet individual design needs, the logo may be used in white-on-black and/or black-on-white. For companies that are entirely vegan, the logo can be placed on the front of their websites and/or storefronts, drawing attention to their "PETA-Approved" company as a whole.


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