Wines suitable for vegan consumption are part of a global consumption trend. Its name generates skepticism in the general public since it is a product derived from grapes, however, in its production process there are some components that can modify the equation. Changes in eating… Read More »What is a vegan-friendly wine?
Animals suffer and die every day in laboratories due to experimentation methods performed on them. They have been and are used in biomedical research testing and product safety testing, for personal care and cosmetics. Regardless of how people perceive animals, the fact is that animals… Read More »Certification of personal care products, cosmetics and perfumes, clothing
In a hand in hand, Andrés Heiremans, General Manager of Bodega Cruzat, shares the perspectives for this year. “Lately, we have reinforced this commitment to innovation through the certification with the vegan seal for our sparkling Single Vineyard Finca La Dama, Cruzat Naranjo, Cuvée and… Read More »Organic, with a vegan seal and orange trees: Bodega Cruzat’s formula to innovate in sparkling wines
VEG Argentina is the first certification seal for vegan products in the country chosen by more than 308 consumer brands. BUENOS AIRES, November 2, 2021.- VEG Argentina, a certification seal for vegan products created in 2019, reinforces its leadership in the Argentine market, by totaling… Read More »With more than 892 certified products, VEG Argentina is consolidated as the leading vegan seal
Internal Survey of Veg Argentina reveals the growth of this consumption in the country: 78.3% of the companies consulted allocate their vegan products in the local market
By the end of 2021, 70 companies obtained the certification of the VEG Argentina seal. There are 1,744 vegan products from 425 commercial brands. The wine and alcoholic beverages segment leads vegan certification, with 82.6% of certified companies. BUENOS AIRES, January 6, 2022.- VEG Argentina,… Read More »Internal Survey of Veg Argentina reveals the growth of this consumption in the country: 78.3% of the companies consulted allocate their vegan products in the local market