There are lots of vegan news and resource websites online. As veganism grows, the number of websites you can find providing news and information about veganism is increasing.
There are currently around 600,000 vegans in the UK, according to The Vegan Society, and approximately 15 million vegans worldwide. That figure is growing year-on-year. With so many vegans worldwide, we've seen an increase in the number of people looking to read updates on the movement and its followers.
Plant Based News is a vegan news site, and we've seen our daily visitors steadily increasing month-on-month since we launched. We publish stories we know vegan people will be interested to read, written by a team of journalists located around the world.
There are other vegan news websites, too. Here, we'll give you information on where you can find the best vegan news on the internet, on your phone and on your social media feeds.
Plant Based News reports on vegan news from around the world, covering the UK, Australia, Canada, the USA, Israel and elsewhere. We report on the work of activists, the development of our movement, news stories that impact the lives of vegans, and animal, environmental and health reports that encourage people to adopt a vegan lifestyle.
Our news categories include activism, blogs & Opinion, celebrities, economics, environment, ethics, fashion & beauty, food products, food tech,food trends, health, interviews, law & politics, media, social media, the long read and weird & wonderful.
We provide vegan news to over a million people every single month in the form of written articles, vlogs, blogs and reports.
VegNews covers all the latest vegan news stories about food, current affairs, activism and research. It has a handy menu that separates stories by categories like fashion & beauty, food & recipes, health & wellness, travel. home & lifestyle, and interviews.
It posts new content online every couple of days, as well as publishing its world-leading plant-based magazine. Through the website, you can subscribe to receive the hard copy of the VegNewsmagazine in the post.
As if we needed any more evidence that the vegan lifestyle has gone mainstream, The Independenthas its very own vegan section.
It largely covers vegan current affairs, but also commissions interesting pieces around veganism more generally and discuss the results of scientific research around veganism and the impact it has on the lives of those who adopt the lifestyle.
The Vegan Society has a great section on its website for vegan news, though it is not updated daily. It's a great place to get an overview of what is happening in the vegan community if you're just looking for a quick read.
Raise Vegan Magazine is a publication dedicated to vegan parenting. It also has a vegan news section on its website. New content is posted almost every day and not just about vegan parenting, making this a great source of vegan news whether you're a vegan parent or not.
The Vegan Action website is predominantly a website dedicated to promoting the vegan lifestyle, but it is also a certification website, so worth keeping an eye on if you're looking for the latest vegan food products.
Driftwood is a little different. This magazine, available in both print and digital form, focuses on specific vegan features, such as The Rise And Fall Of The Vegan Tattoo and Be Nice or Leave: To Be a Vegan New Orleanian. It does not cover recipes or general vegan news, instead it deals with broader vegan issues.
Driftwood has a really interesting initiative on its website called Vegan Faces, where the magazine makes the bold claim that it plans to photograph every vegan on every continent and display the images to bring vegans together.
The Flaming Vegan doesn't update its content every day but the website is a great place to get a good overview of vegan news, from the latest vegan exercises to what Starbucks is up to. It also has some unique and interesting features, such as this one called How Can a Vegan Diet Impact on Students Academic Performance?.
The Flaming Vegan is all about vegan success. It has some really handy articles on its website about how to increase YouTube followers and how to start your own vegan nutritionist or life coaching business.
USA Vegan Magazine describes itself as a ‘free vegan magazine with the best tips and tricks about vegan and vegetarianism'. It covers a range of topics including health, travel, food, planet and lifestyle.
The magazine uploads stories several times a day. The site has handy headers so that you can arrange the newsfeed by categories including food, health, news, planet and travel.
If you've come across vegan news today, it's highly likely that you saw it on social media first because that is the nature of the internet. There are some great vegan news social media accounts you can follow if you're looking to invite a stream of vegan news onto your newsfeed. You can find all sorts, from Instagram feeds dedicated to activism to those that cover general news, vegan health and fitness, parenting, activism and diet.
Here are some of the best ones.
Again, we'll start with ourselves. If you're looking for the best vegan and plant based delivered straight to your social media streams, you can follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
We post all of our latest content on social media and it's a great place to chat to other Plant Based News supporters and readers of our content.
Earthling Ed is the founder of SURGE and the Big Vegan Activism Van. Last year he opened a vegan restaurant called Unity Diner. Ed is an avid Instagrammer and his social media feed is a great place to find vegan news and information.
He uses his Facebook account, Instagram newsfeed and stories to highlight vegan relevant news and issues and is a great source of information if you're looking to talk to non-vegans about why they should transition into a vegan lifestyle.
Joey is an Australian animal rights activist who made headlines last year by appearing on UK breakfast time television. He travels the word promoting veganism at events and gatherings, often attending Save Movement vigils, slaughterhouses and factory farms.
Joey videos conversations with the public and puts them on his Instagram account. His profile is a great place to find all of the latest news about activism.
James Aspey took a year long vow of silence for animals a few year ago and now he travels the world promoting veganism wherever he goes. He visit slaughterhouses and has conversations with members of the public, farmers and slaughterhouse workers, publicising his activists on his Instagram account through posts and stories as he goes.