We're delighted to announce that 6 of our flavours are now available on The Vegan Kind Supermarket's website!
The Vegan Kind (TVK) offers 100% vegan online shopping heaven!
TVK stock a vast range of over 5,000 vegan and cruelty free products and are committed to providing the very best service for their customers. They can offer free standard shipping, amazing vegan rewards (we even send you a £5 voucher on your birthday), and if you order by 2pm you can receive the order the very next day!
If you are looking for vegan cheese, cruelty free makeup, amazing gifts for vegans, ethical clothing, vegan chocolate and much, much more - you have found the right place!
They're a small, Glasgow-based family business with strong values and a vision that they can 'inspire the world to Be Kind, and Go Vegan'.
Each month TVK donates money to animal related charities, and since their launch in 2013 they've - amazingly - donated over £30,000 (and counting)!
They also plant 1 tree every time you place an order.
And if that's not enough, they run the UK's Number 1 vegan subscription box service, shipping out nearly 10,000 vegan discovery boxes every month. People say "It's like having a birthday every month" - great for helping people go vegan.
Earlier this month our founder Mike was delighted to have been interviewed by TVK's news editor Agi Kaja. The first 3 questions are below, but you can read the full article here!
First things first, who is Nutcessity?
Nutcessity is a multi-award-winning, organic and naturally indulgent nut butter company; currently with 6 creative and delicious flavours on sale at TVK Supermarket.
Describe your your products in 3 words.
Trustworthy, sustainable, indulgent.
What inspired you to start an ethical business?
When I first moved to Bristol, back in 2014, I sold organic veg boxes door-to-door with Abel & Cole; whilst also working in the organic health food shop, The Better Food Company. These jobs totally opened my mind to the diminishing soil quality we have in the UK and the ‘grow it fast’ mantra of the big supermarkets. Essentially, I learnt about the necessity of growing and buying organic produce and how promoting the organic symbol of the Soil Association (the largest and most trusted certifying body in the UK) was extremely important. It’s also at this time (in early 2018) when I went vegan.
Click here to read the full article.