Welcome! Becoming vegan is easy and we’re here to help you.
More and more people are becoming vegan and for all kinds of reasons. The great news is, all of them are positive! Eliminating animal products from our lives is good news for the environment, for our health and for the animals. Plants can provide all the nutrition we need. There are new food groups to discover and new taste sensations to explore. Find some inspiration here. Here’s what some others have said about becoming vegan.
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Why be vegan? For the animals, the environment, and your health.
Recipes & resources
Recipes, and resources for vegans in New Zealand!
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Vegan-friendly products and businesses
Find vegan certified products, vegan-friendly businesses, plus member discounts and specials.
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Imagine a future where the rivers run clean, the land is full of native bush, there is an abundance of permaculture horticultural endeavours and Aotearoa’s greenhouse gas emissions are the lowest per capita. All our power comes from renewable resources, our public transport options have increased and all public vehicles run on electric power.
Latest Vegan Society News
WHY DOES MEAT STILL MAKETH THE MAN? More than half of New Zealanders still associate eating meat...
Why do we need to export dairy? 6th April 2021 It is well documented that the bulk of our...
Date: 03 February 2021 Author: The Vegan Society Aotearoa The draft report from the Climate Change...
The long awaited Green Protein Report is now out! Written by co-authors Jasmijn De Boo, ex CEO of SAFE and Dr Andrew Knight, a vet and Professor of Animal Welfare and Ethics, this report details exactly what is wrong with New Zealand’s current agricultural system and how it needs to change. With 315 references and over 90 pages, this dossier explores a more fruitful New Zealand.