Burger chain gets the vegan stamp of approval

Thursday 3rd September 2015
The Handmade Burger Co. restaurant chain has recently registered 17 menu items with the Vegan Society trademark

Burger chain gets the vegan stamp of approval

The Handmade Burger Co. restaurant chain has recently registered 17 menu items with the Vegan Society trademark, offering customers assurance that these items are free of all animal products.
Vegan Trademark menu items include the Cajun Vegetable & Bean Burger, the
Spinach & Lentil Burger, the Chickpea & Quinoa Burger, the Sweet Potato & Bean Burger and the Junior Falafel Burger, all available at the company's 23 restaurants nationwide, in addition to a range of vegan side dishes, salads, dressings and beverages.
Jasmijn de Boo, CEO of the Vegan Society, says: 'We are absolutely delighted
that such a popular and ambitious restaurant chain has registered so many of
its products with our vegan trademark. It is yet another sign of the ever-increasing demand for vegan options in high street restaurants, and a great example of veganism becoming further rooted in mainstream culture for the benefit of animals, our health, the environment, and also for the future of our food.' Log on to find your nearest restaurant at www.handmadeburger.co.uk.
The Vegan Society has also launched a new search facility on its website, enabling people to find trademarked products and companies registered with the Vegan Society. Go to www.vegansociety.com/search and discover over 18,000 products registered worldwide.

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