How Productive are Vegan Protests?

18th August 2019

With a growing number of protests – and children’s strikes – we are well aware of the international movement against climate change.  But after what seems a bit of a lull over the last 20 or so years, animal rights activism seems to be having more of a resurgence recently.  The reason is no doubt […]

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UK’s First Vegan Cricket Club

16th August 2019

Following the lead of Bute Island Foods-sponsored Forest Green Rovers, meet the UK’s very first vegan cricket club – Earley Cricket Club, based in Reading.  And the vegan ethic doesn’t just stop at the tea and snacks served to player – they are even experimenting with vegan-friendly cricket balls. The move, championed by Club Chairman […]

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The World’s First Vegan Kilt

15th August 2019

The traditional Scottish kilt, something close to our hearts at Bute Island Foods, being a company based on a glorious Scottish island, is a magnificent spectacle.  Picture a pipe band, marching through the streets of Rothesay at the end of Bute Highland Games, the sound of the pipes and drums reverberating round the excited crowd, […]

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Why We Should Listen to Greta Thunberg

13th August 2019

Greta Thunberg, the 16 year old climate change campaigner, is an icon for her generation.  But she speaks for all of us, bringing home the truth about the disastrous effects on our wonderful planet of climate change.  If only we would all listen. Instead, many mock the the sincerity of the campaigner.  There is a […]

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