Turnip the beet, it’s World Vegan Day!

Since 1994, the 1st of November has marked the annual celebration of veganism across the globe, providing an opportunity to bring light to the diet’s nutritional, ethical and environmental benefits.

For those not familiar, the vegan diet eliminates all animal products, including meat, seafood, poultry, eggs, and dairy.

Why go vegan?

Many of us know the environmental and ethical benefits to minimising or eliminating animal-based foods.  Animal agriculture is a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions and land clearing; while industrial farming has commodified livestock leading to increased animal cruelty. Even the term livestock relates to living stock, a testament to their commodification. Beyond that, our typical Western diet is one of excess, with animal product consumption being no exception. Most of us can afford to reduce our intake of animal products, for the betterment of ourselves and the planet.

Morlife stock a bunch of vegan-friendly products that help support nutrition and minimise the risk of deficiency for those committed to a vegan diet. Even for those who aren’t, these products still make a great addition to everyday meals.

Lettuce highlight some of our absolute favourites.


Plantiful Protein - Vanilla Fudge and Chocolate Cacao

With almost half your daily needs of protein per serve, this protein powder has your back! It also has a good whack of Iron, Magnesium, Zinc, Vitamin D, vitamin B12, Iodine and Calcium.


Alkalising Greens - Acai Raspberry and Lemon Lime

These two vegan-friendly flavours provide powerful plant-based greens along with Iron, Calcium, Magnesium and Zinc to bolster your nutritional intake.


Hemp Falafel Mix

Morlife’s Hemp Falafel Mix is high in fibre, protein, calcium, magnesium and iron. Just add water and bake/fry until golden – vegan nutrition at it’s simplest.


Certified Organic Hulled Hemp Seeds

High in protein, omega-3 fats, iron, folate and vitamin E. Simply sprinkle over salads or add to smoothies for a daily booster.


Chia Seeds

An excellent source of fibre and omega-3’s and a handy egg-alternative. Simply soak 1 tablespoon chia seeds in 3 tablespoons water for an easy egg alternative.


To shop our complete range of vegan products, simply click Shop at the top of the screen and hit the Vegan tab under By Diet. It’s easy peasy lemon squeezy ;)

Image 1 by Allie Smith on Unsplash, image 2 by Tim Marshall on Unsplash

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