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(UK) Epidemic of Vegan and Vegetarian websites during National Cruelty Free Week

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    As lethargy reigns during yet another UK awareness week – BUAV National Cruelty-Free Week, behind the scenes it seems the vegetarian nerds have been busy. No
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      As lethargy reigns during yet another UK awareness week – BUAV
      National Cruelty-Free Week, behind the scenes it seems the vegetarian
      nerds have been busy. No matter which subject you pick, health,
      nutrition, punks or chocolate, there seems to be a vegan website for
      everything – even vegan sex.
      ...
      (I-Newswire) - Yes folks, just in case you blinked and missed it, it's
      National Cruelty-Free Week, 4-10 July 2005 and the militant fringe of
      the vegan army are up in arms busily posting on forums and message
      boards that BUAV are breaking trade descriptions law by calling it
      National Cruelty-Free Week when some of the products they endorse
      aren't vegan.

      Good point. BUAV didn't say "nearly cruelty free". Cruelty free is
      weighty claim, a phrase that probably even the sixty-year-old Vegan
      society would avoid using. Their shopping guide is called the Animal
      Free Shopper – a lot easier to define and now online at
      www.animalfreeshopper.com

      Meanwhile in the virtual world of the World Wide Web there is nothing
      virtual about the number of new vegan websites. There seem to be
      literally thousands of new vegan sites sparking to life around the
      world from the usual suspects recipe sites such as
      www.recipes.for-vegans.co.uk to websites gently making fun of vegan
      militants ( such as Vegan Bitch at www.veganbitch.com ) by vegan
      police at www.vegan911.com
      ...
      Got a great new ethical vegan product or service that no one knows
      about? Maybe you should visit www.pea-pr.co.uk described as small,
      green and full of vitality with a lust for making a difference to
      people, the environment and animals.

      Meanwhile everyone is invited to vote for their favourites at
      www.vegan-awards.org.uk

      See more at www.for-vegans.co.uk and www.news.for-vegans.co.uk

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      full story:
      http://i-newswire.com/pr34692.html

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