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Everyone can write, but not everyone is a writer. What drives us, is passion. All our members have solid experience from various angles in the food industry.

We love to write, but we love to write even more about the food industry of the 21st century: the Vegan and vegetarian market. Check out our story at about solid vegan.

Every week we bring new posts based on trending topics, with inside information and the experience of our solid vegan members.

For all the latest posts, trends and news, take a look at the Solid Vegan blog. We are always looking for new members from the food industry to grow our community. Grow Solid Vegan together and contact us today!

June 21, 2019 by Solid Vegan

8 health benefits of avocado & recipes! By Solid Vegan
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Avocado is good for you health, but you can also make some delicious recipes with it. Like
tasty guacamole.....

June 28, 2019 by Solid Vegan

Vegan breakfast, 8 recipes. By Solid Vegan
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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, for vegan's it is even more important.....

June 16, 2019 by Solid Vegan

Vegan candy, what can we eat? By Solid Vegan
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Vegan's also want to eat candy now and then. We provide some great vegan candies which are 100%.....

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the vegetarian & vegan market 2019

The NVV (dutch institute for vegans) states there is a steady growth of 30% every year in number of Vegans and vegetarians in The Netherlands. Worldwide, the vegan/vegetarian market is also growing rapidly. China has projected a growth of 17,2% for the coming years, and in the US: total sales of vegan /vegetarian products are 2.22 billion US dollars(2018). 

What is a vegan? The definition is subject to opinions, critics and many definitions on te internet. This is why Solid Vegan made our own definition of a vegan: a lifestyle were people strive to avoid as many animal products possible.


The most important part of being a vegan & vegetarian is to avoid any meat products from animals. Most vegans also avoid any products that are produced by animals, for example dairy products or honey. Fact is that everyone who eats less or no meat at all, contributes to the Solid Vegan lifestyle.

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Your Paper Towel is Poisoning Our Environment…

The paper towels that are sitting on the kitchen counter, in your washroom cabinet or even at your workplace may seem to be a normal necessity in your everyday life. But do you know that those very same paper towels you’re using regularly do a massive damage to you and to our environment?

Water Liberty found the answer to this problem

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1. 17 trees have to be destroyed 

2. 20.000 gallons of water are polluted

3. This equates to…

4. Enough water to feed a community of 40,000 people

 

Facts about a vegan diet

“protein is crucial in building and maintaining muscle mass. Contrary to popular belief that vegans ‘don’t get enough protein’, consuming enough (plant) protein to see results at the gym isn’t difficult as long as you eat the right foods.

“It’s a common misconception that you need to be eating animal products like meat and chicken to meet your protein requirements,” Gawthorne said. “Those who follow a vegan diet can definitely consume adequate amounts of protein and meet their protein requirements.”

Protein is found in a number of plant-based foods, including:

  • Lentils and beans (e.g. black beans, lima beans, kidney beans)
  • Tempeh, tofu, edamame and soy products (soy milk, soy yoghurt)
  • Seeds (chia seeds, sunflower seeds, flaxseeds, pumpkin seeds)
  • Whole grains (rice, oats, wholemeal bread, quinoa, barley)
  • Nuts (walnuts, almonds, pistachios, cashews)
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