International Wine Supplier in the UK Certifies Vegan with BevVeg
The only vegan symbol issued by a global law firm
United Kingdom (2019) – Broadland Wineries continues to create global brands consumers love, with their new edition of BeVeg certified vegan wines. Broadland joins the ranks of many other socially conscious alcoholic beverage companies seeking to market to the vegan consumer around the world by certifying vegan.
In fact, Broadland takes so much pride in their vegan practices that they actually founded a very successful “Proudly Vegan” line of wine, and literally labeled, branded and named the wine same. But now, they have the ultimate stamp of approval — the BeVeg vegan symbol issued by BeVeg International, a global law firm created specifically for vegan certification.
Why is vegan wine “a thing”?
Alcoholic beverages are often fined, filtered and clarified with the use of animal parts (like isinglass, which is fish bladder, or gelatin, which is cow’s elbows and knees, horse hooves, pigs feet, egg whites, or crustacean shells, which is the skeletons of fish, to name a few) or have ingredients that use animal byproducts, like sugar made with bone char. Since alcohol has no required ingredient and process disclosures, the consumer rarely knows what they are consuming, and most are surprised to learn that there are 66 plus ingredients that can be added to alcoholic beverages, with zero disclosure labeling requirements.
Consumers want transparency in what they put into their bodies. “This is not a vegan issue, this is about consumers in general, wanting truthful information about what they are eating, drinking, or using. Full disclosure,” states Carissa Kranz, esq., founder and CEO of BevVeg International.
But, let’s not discount the “vegan issue.” Veganism is on the rise with it being the number 1 search term googled in urban cities, and the trend rising about 1500% a year. It’s no wonder this winery is winning big with its Proudly Vegan line of wines.
BeVeg is the only law firm in the world for vegan certification, the law group brings credibility to an area of law that is deficient and undefined. Right now, anyone can claim vegan, but the question is, by what standard? The word “vegan” is not regulated by any government entity or law, and so, BeVeg as a law firm exists to raise the standard for consumer transparency by requiring companies who apply to disclose all ingredients and processes to packaging to attorneys to keep their vegan claims honest and accountable. The BeVeg vegan symbol is licensed by attorneys to conscious companies in alignment with the BeVeg vegan standard, as outlined on www.beveg.com
“BeVeg is here to pioneer a path forward by making vegan certification literally a practice area since lawyers by nature are regulators,” says Kranz.
Vegan certified Proudly Vegan products with the BeVeg vegan symbol can be found in the UK, Europe, and USA. You can also taste the BeVeg vegan certified flavors and products in their tasting room.
Broadland WInes passed products, now certified vegan by BeVeg, are listed in the BeVeg vegan database; a FREE consumer app, with more than 1 million listed beverages, called the “Ultimate Alcohol Guide.”.
The BeVeg vegan symbol continues to create buzz as noted in Forbes, CBS, NBC, PETA, Social Life Hamptons Magazine, Veg World Magazine, VegNews, 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 about BeVeg International vegan certification and its free consumer app, visit: www.beveg.com
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