Veganuary: Our Top Five Influencers to Watch in

Veganuary: Our Top Five Influencers to Watch in 2020

Last week we gave you a few more reasons why Veganuary might be the way forward for you this month- and indeed for the rest of the year, and beyond. This week we’re looking at the top influencers who are helping to make a plant based way of life more mainstream. The writers, vloggers Instagrammers
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Categories: family / Vegan
The Rise and Rise of

The Rise and Rise of Veganuary

Welcome to 2020! And unless you’ve spent the last week or so avoiding social media, advertising campaigns and supermarket posters then welcome also to Veganuary! Regular readers will know already that Little Soap HQ are huge advocates of eating a plant based diet- for so many reasons. Regular readers will also know that we’ve written
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Categories: family / Vegan
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Vegan Lifestyle to Fight Climate

Going Vegan to Fight Climate Change

Here at Little Soap HQ we’ve always advocated for a vegan lifestyle, because we truly believe that it is the most healthy, sustainable way to eat. But there is actually so much more to this way of life, and with the issues that are facing us today there are so many reasons why more and
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Three Little DIY Beauty

Press Release: ECO WARRIOR

Eco Warrior [noun] 1. A person actively involved in preventing damage to the environment. 2. A person who consciously uses products that contribute to green living and helps conserve resources like water, plastic and energy. Fuelled by the awakening consumer conscience, this brand-new range of plastic free, job specific, unisex bar soaps each have their
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Q&A On Sustainable Palm Oil

It’s International Orangutan Day on the 19th August.  We are extremely passionate about the palm oil debate, so we asked our close allies at the Sumatran Orangutan Society if they would answer some questions for us on this highly charged debate. Lucy Radford from the Society had this to share with us:   As you
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an interview with The Simple Things