Indian Box Leads Chile as the First Restaurant to Globally Certify Vegan with BeVeg
BeVeg – The only vegan symbol issued by a global law firm
Chile (February 2020) – Vegan restaurant Indian Box, is the only vegan Indian restaurant in the
world, and also the first vegan restaurant to globally certify vegan with BeVeg in Chile. Restaurant owner Bhavan Dadlanil, is on a mission to promote veganism not only in Chile but across Latin America.
BeVeg is a vegan certification firm managed by attorneys, and when it comes to restaurant vegan certification, BeVeg will only certify fully compliant vegan restaurants. That means, a vegetarian restaurant with vegan options will not be considered for certification. That also means a restaurant with a shared kitchen, which chances cross-contamination will also not be considered.
The purpose behind the global vegan network and free consumer restaurant app is to encourage vegans to patronize other vegan establishments to drive a vegan economy, which will ultimately drive the kind of change vegans wish to see.
Indian Box is certified fully vegan per the BeVeg vegan restaurant standard as outlined on the company website https://www.beveg.com/ and officially joins the global BeVeg vegan certification network, along with many other restaurants across the globe from the UK, USA, Latin America, Asia, and so on.
The global vegan restaurant directory is unique because it only includes vegan restaurants, and it comes with a globally trademarked stamp of approval, which is an extension and expansion of the BeVeg product certification process.
BeVeg is the only law firm in the world to specialize in vegan certification, regulation, and advocacy. BeVeg CEO, Attorney Carissa Kranz, is leading the company in raising the standard for consumer transparency by requiring companies who apply to meet the set out BeVeg Vegan Certification standards, as she also sets out to publish a book for Vegan Publishers entitled Vegan Law: Know Your Rights.
For those of you who don’t know, veganism in general, even the word, is not currently carved out in the law. That’s why Ms. Kranz is also selected to author a chapter in another book to be published by Lexington in Europe about global vegan label law, and the need for certification. BeVeg is considered the good housekeeping seal of approval for all things considered vegan, as mentioned in Forbes, California Winery Advisor, PETA, CBS, NBC, Social Life Magazine, LiveKindly, and VegNews, to name a few. In addition, BeVeg is endorsed by celebrity supermodel, Christie Brinkley.
You can download the BeVeg vegan restaurant app online. Stay tuned for additional app features and app updates to be released soon. For more information about BeVeg International vegan certification and its free consumer app, visit https://www.beveg.com
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