Harrods, Volkswagen, Among The Businesses Partaking In Veganuary

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Veganuary 2022 is kicking off. And this year, some major businesses are partaking. The 31-day pledge to go vegan for January has attracted big companies like  Volkswagen, Papa John’s, Superdrug, Sky, and the NHS Supply Chain. Harrods, one of the world’s largest luxury department stores signed up too.

They are among some 75 businesses taking part in the Veganuary Workplace challenge, according to a press release. Many of these companies signed up for the plant-based campaign for sustainability reasons. This is the case for the team at Volkswagen, according to the director of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles UK, Cian O’Brien.

For other organizations, the health issue is the leading motivator. As an example, Joe Lock, communities director at Adept Care Homes, is encouraging 600 staff and 450 residents to join him for the challenge.
Also, The Mill, an international creative and production agency, is ditching all its meat and dairy menu from its facilities this month and offering plant-based catering at its snack rooms and events.

Meanwhile, Papa John’s International is encouraging staff in all its branches in 45 countries to go vegan in Veganuary 2022. Toni Vernelli, Veganuary’s head of communications, applauded all companies participating in this challenge.

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