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All-Inclusive Vegan Website Will Launch May 1st

Bleat will serve as a vegan social media hub, directory, marketplace, and information resource site.

Creators of the new website Bleat are setting out to connect the larger vegan community worldwide, and educate the general public on the health and environmental benefits of a plant-based lifestyle. With the growing popularity of veganism both online and in the real world, the website––slated to go live May 1––hopes to provide everything needed to continue to expand the movement. From information on diet and wellness to a marketplace offering compassionate goods, the online hub claims it’s more than just a directory. In addition to its vegan restaurant and hotel listings, Bleat will also offer the latest news on animal welfare, recipes, and a communication channel, connecting veg-curious folks and devoted vegans from around the world.

 

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