Veganuary inspired more than half a million people across 200 countries to try a plant based diet last year and with so many fantastic products on the shelves – it’s not hard to see why!
If you’re thinking about making the switch then the month long challenge is a great place to start and our Bridges retailers are on hand to make it an easy transition.
Whether you’re on the lookout for a quick vegan lunch or some new skincare to add to your routine, there are plenty of options at the centre.
Krispy Kreme, Vegan Selection Dozen
Krispy Kreme has offered glazed vegan donuts for a while now but they’ve released three delicious flavours for Veganuary. Fudge Brownie Bliss, Caramel Choc Delight and Apple Custard Crumble have quickly become our new favourites.
Holland and Barrett, Minor Figures Organic Oat Mlk 1L
With so many plant milks out there, it can be tricky to know where to start. A lot of it comes down to personal preference but oat milk is a great choice for coffee and tea.
New Look, Black Padded Lace Up Chunky Boots
Sturdy footwear is essential for the winter months and while leather may be popular, it’s not the only option out there. These vegan boots at New Look not only look great but they’ll keep your feet warm and dry too.
Greggs, Vegan Ham and Cheeze Baguette
High street retailers are making it even easier to eat vegan on the go and Greggs is a great example. You’ve probably heard of their vegan sausage roll and festive bakes but did you know they also have a sandwich option too?
Boots, Original Source Vanilla and Raspberry Shower Gel
You may be surprised to find that many popular brands already contain vegan ingredients, such as Original Source shower gel. Proving that making the switch doesn’t have to break the bank, they have a wide range of scents to choose from.
Hotel Chocolat, Unbelievably Vegan H-Box
There’s no need to give up sweet treats this month because there’s a mouth-watering vegan range at Hotel Chocolat. Whether you’re a fan of peanut butter, orange chocolate or salted caramel, this box proves that cutting out milk doesn’t mean giving up on flavour.
Iceland, Quorn Roarsomes Vegan Dinosaurs
Even some of our childhood favourites now have vegan versions to match. Quorn roarsomes are a tasty tea for little ones and they won’t be able to tell the difference from their turkey counterparts.
Superdrug, B. Brightening Eye Cream
If navigating which skincare ingredients are vegan is giving you a bit of a headache then Superdrug’s B range is a great place to start. From eye creams to cleansers, there’s a huge choice of products to choose from and you can rest assured that they’re all vegan and cruelty free.
Starbucks, Cherry Crown Pastry (Plant Based)
You may have to look a little bit harder for plant based cakes and pastries but lots of big brands now have vegan options on their menus. This cherry crown pastry at Starbucks makes a great breakfast treat.
Waterstones, 15-Minute Vegan Fast, Modern Vegan Cooking
Investing in a good cookbook is an excellent way to encourage yourself to keep making vegan recipes even after Veganuary has ended. With plant based versions of dishes like pizza, chow mein and even a wide range of desserts, this one is a fantastic option to start with.
Boots, KVD Beauty Tattoo Liner Trooper Black
If you need to replace some products in your makeup bag then this month is a great time to shop for vegan alternatives. Boots at the Bridges stocks a wide range of KVD Beauty and the brand is completely cruelty free too.
Schuh, Adidas White Continental 80 Vegan Trainers
If you’re into fashion then you’ll be pleased to know that Veganuary doesn’t mean you have to give up on your favourite brands. Adidas stocks vegan versions of many of their popular leather trainers, so you can still look fabulous.