Cantina di Sava di Paolo Mancino Globally Certifies Vegan with BeVeg
Italy (March 2020) We are pleased to announce that the exquisite Cantina di Sava di Paolo Mancino wine, from Italy passed the strict vegan certification standards of BeVveg. We have verified that this product not only tastes great, but also comes from the finest ingredients that seek to care for the environment and protect the animals.
Without a doubt, a good wine will continue to be considered one of the greatest pleasures and even more so when it brings AWARENESS to the consumer.
For the most part, anything that’s not of animal origin can mistakenly be considered vegan, but that’s far from reality. The different processes used during wine production, such as filtration, can involve the use of animal products. A big reason why it’s particularly difficult to determine what you’re consuming by just looking at a wine label.
Statistics are clear that more than 66 ingredients can be hidden, which, according to the current legislation on alcoholic beverages, are not required to be indicated.
The difference between a vegan wine and a traditional wine lies not only in the ingredients but also in the process of clarification, which entails the cleaning and elimination of impurities that could otherwise cloud the product during bottling. In traditional wines, this process involves the use of different animal products such as egg albumin, casein (a protein derived from milk), gelatin (obtained from animal cartilage, almost always from fish), or the so-called ichthyol (derived from the swim bladder of some fish).
BeVveg, as a law firm, is defining global vegan standards with uniform global trademark protection to bring trust and confidence to vegan claims.
Our new alliance with Cantina di Sava di Paolo Mancino, shows the importance of raising credibility and awareness in the global vegan market in ensuring the consumers’ beliefs are not violated.
Being the only law firm in the world to specialize in vegan certification, BevVeg exists to raise the standard for consumer transparency by requiring companies who apply to disclose all ingredients and processes to packaging, something the law does not currently require in order to make a vegan claim. Kranz states, “We are what we eat, think, and drink. We have a right to demand honest information and full disclosure. Whether you’re vegan or not, you want to know what’s going into your body.”
No other vegan certification symbol is issued by a law firm. BevVeg, the gold standard for vegan certification, is on a mission to standardize global BeVeg claims, as featured in Forbes, CBS, NBC, PETA, Social Life Hamptons Magazine, Veg World Magazine, Vegetarisimo Magazine, VRG, LiveKindly Magazine, Metropolitan Magazine, California Wine Advisor, Yahoo Finance, among others, and used and endorsed by celebrity supermodel, Christie Brinkley.
For more information on BevVeg International Vegan Certification, please visit: www.beveg.com
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