Posted on the 16th November 2022

Christmas is often touted as the season of peace and goodwill to all. However, animals are often over-looked.

Traditionally, turkeys are eaten on Christmas Day. In the UK alone, an estimated 10,000,000 are farmed and slaughtered for Christmas dinners – that is a staggering figure. Animal Aid has investigated turkey farms throughout the UK and we have found horrendous suffering to be commonplace – even on so-called ‘high welfare’ farms.

Having a vegan Christmas has never been easier, with plant-based options now readily available in shops and supermarkets, and a plethora of recipes online. In fact, Animal Aid is here to help!

Our Have a Very Vegan Christmas booklet contains a range of delicious vegan recipes, along with other tips for having a vegan Christmas. You can download a free copy of this by signing up today!

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