As many of you may know, November is World Vegan Month - a month when many people pledge and commit to embrace veganism - for a while at least! Of course whilst there are many benefits to the vegan lifestyle, it also comes with some challenges - from finding quality vegan food through to the time it takes scanning labels in a bid to identify ingredients.
Our latest startup of the week is on a mission to deal with challenges just like these and thereby make it easier for all of us to stay on the vegan path.
Vegan Tuck Box is a subscription based startup which delivers a box filled with tasty vegan snacks right to your door every month.
Its founders are two passionate vegans who spend their time sourcing, testing and researching for new products to ensure that every box will contain a different combination of vegan chocolate, biscuits, snack bars, raw products, crisps and other savoury snacks.
As with most services like this, you can buy a Vegan Tuck box as a one off purchase, or sign up to a 3, 6, or 12 month subscription. There are also discounts available should you wish to commit to a subscription.
Boxes start from just £8.50 a month so if you’re considering going down the vegan route, it’s a pretty affordable option!
After all, tasty snacks delivered right to your door at such a cost effective price - what’s not to love about that?
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