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Affiliate Policy

Veganuary is a non-profit organisation and the Veganuary challenge is completely free to participate in. To help continue providing all of this free help and support, we have a small number of commercial relationships.

TheVeganKind

There is an affiliate relationship between Veganuary and TheVeganKind online supermarket. This means that, at no additional cost to you, Veganuary earns a commission if you make a purchase at TheVeganKind by following a link from our website, our social media content or one of our newsletters. The Veganuary team has spoken to a number of online supermarkets and believe TheVeganKind to provide top of class customer service and value, regardless of the affiliate relationship.

Amazon.co.uk

Veganuary is a participant in the Amazon EU Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.co.uk. This means that if you buy our book How To Go Vegan by following a link in our website, our social media content or one of our newsletters, Veganuary earns commission from Amazon.co.uk at no additional cost to you.

Sponsorship

For the 2018 campaign the following companies are corporate sponsors of Veganuary. In return for their financial support of the campaign, Veganuary promotes their products to participants. We at Team Veganuary will only ever accept sponsorship from a company whose products we absolutely love and who we are convinced our participants will love, too.

  • Pulsin
  • Tideford Organics
  • Fry’s Family Foods
  • Ten Acre Snacks

If you have any queries about our affiliate relationships, please contact us.

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