A vegan app start-up has launched and is ready for download.
The app, which is available across iOS and Android, allows vegans to communicate with others about vegan-friendly products and their whereabouts.
According to the Vegan Check website, the app is “a centralised access point helping you to get plant-based products and services based on your location”.
Users can share products which will help people to discover new vegan products, as well as to provide feedback for vegan services and vegan companies.
A new lunch initiative for primary schools will give thousands of Irish children access to vegan meals.
TD Regina Doherty announced that the Hot School Meals scheme is to include up to 36 schools and each school involved must provide two menu choices a day as well as a vegan option. It will also be mandatory to take students’ religious and cultural dietary requirements into consideration.
It has been hailed among the vegan community as a great step forward for the future.
The scheme will begin in September on a trial basis.
Letterkenny is set to host Donegal’s first vegan Easter fair this Saturday (April 13th). The event has been organised by Donegal S.P.C.A. and will take place from 1pm – 5pm in Dillons Hotel.
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