Influencer of the Month: Vegan Family

Now that we are much more conscious and aware, we have never felt happier and healthier

This month we are featuring a vegan family!  Located in California, both parents and their two children made the decision switch to a vegan lifestyle.  We found this caring and compassionate family through social media and couldn’t wait to learn more about them.  Whitney, Lance, Brayden (age 5), and Weston (age 4) were kind enough to answer all of our questions about veganism, parenting, and what their favorite foods are.

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Mission Square Market Re-launch!

Mission Square Market Art

All Vegan? All the time!

Congrats to one of our supporters Mission Square Market for becoming the first all vegan market/deli in San Diego!  You can learn more here about how the owner of the store Sunny Bhanage and the San Diego vegan community helped make this dream become a reality.

If you are in the Southern California area, be sure to stop by their grand opening on June 3, 2018.  More details on our Events page.

Sandwich from Mission Square Market

Want to read more about Mission Square Market?  We featured them as Independent of the Month this past December!

Celiac Awareness Month

Celiac Awareness Month

It is May and Celiac Awareness Month!

We want to take this time to answer some frequently asked questions about our products.  We take the health needs of our customers very seriously and want to be as transparent as possible about our practices, products, and ingredients.  We have created this list of questions to help reassure those adhering to a gluten free diet.

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Independent of the Month: Rainbow Grocery

Rainbow Grocery

We are so excited to feature Rainbow Grocery as this month’s Independent of the Month!  They are located in San Francisco, CA and are open 9am-9pm every day.  Rainbow Grocery was opened in 1975 by Rich Israel, Janet Crolius, Bill Crolius, and John David Williams.  These determined individuals had a goal to make vegetarian food more accessible to their surrounding community.  To implement this they began with a bulk food-buying program.  Since then they have changed locations (twice!), expanded their number of departments, and continued to inspire sustainable living in the neighboring communities.

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