Our Top 5 Vegan Christmas Gift Ideas 2018

Our Top 5 Vegan Christmas Gift Ideas 2018

Let the Festivities Begin!

It’s the start of November and we can officially start to get festive! Here at The Goodness Project, we are already in full swing with packing tape at the ready, especially with lots of you already organised with your Christmas gifting! For those of you who still need some inspiration here are some of our best sellers that are sure to put a smile on a loved ones face!

Introducing Gordon's Ultra Low G&T

Introducing Gordon's Ultra Low G&T

I am super excited this month to announce our brand partnership for October with Gordon’s Ultra Low. A perfect time for those looking to drink less or looking to find some delicious alternatives to enjoy as the party season begins next month.

Why Summer is my new resolution time

Why Summer is my new resolution time

We often associate January with being the time of year for reflection for making new plans and resolving to do things better. But my point of reflection is during these Summer months. Summer is often when we have more time to reflect that after the hectic festive period and the bright and sunny days make everything seem more possible.

Tequila Time at TGP

Tequila Time at TGP

This month it’s National Tequila Day on the 24th July, yes you heard right, it is a thing! Tequila like many spirit drinks is gaining popularity amongst us as we seek out craft alternatives that have great provenance and are made with love and care. Don Julio is an excellent example and as a company, Don Julio has a pretty interesting history.  

Fingers on the Pulsin

Fingers on the Pulsin

This month we are delighted to be running a giveaway with our friends over at Pulsin. It is such a great brand and if you subscribe to one of our monthly boxes you are sure to have tried some of their products already.  If you haven’t then why not enter our competition over on Facebook for a chance to win!

A Meaty Subject

A Meaty Subject

We will be celebrating Father’s Day later this month and it got me thinking about how men feel about veganism. I think there is a general preconception and very much outdated concept of meat being linked with masculinity. Meat eating it would seem is still seen very much as a part of a man’s identity. The Vegan Society's survey on this made interesting reading with 63 percent of people who identified as vegan being female, while only 37 percent were male. And this year for Veganuary just 14% of men took up the challenge, this was, however, a 4% rise on the previous year, so not all doom and gloom.

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