According to The Vegan Society over half a million people signed up to 'Veganuary' in January 2021 - a record-breaking number and testament to the growing popularity of a vegan/plant-based lifestyle.
Whether it's to avoid animal cruelty, reduce the damage we're doing to the environment, or just for health benefits, the unmissable growth in products on supermarket shelves and in restaurants is a testament to this being a trend that shows no signs of doing anything but growing further.
Formed in 2018, Vegan Supplement Store offers a range of products that carry The Vegan Society's logo of authenticity (having checked that they are vegan). The full range has been designed to help support health goals - be that to lose weight, build muscle, provide energy or just for all-round health.
We ONLY offer vegan products, unlike many of the mainstream brands who are just trying to jump on the trend. For us it is all about being true to our origins - we decided to start the company because we recognised the difficulties that often come with whey-based proteins and because we were disappointed with the flavours from other vegan brands. And so we created our own.
Our most popular products are:
Healthy recipes and meal plans
Vitamins and minerals (Veganicity-branded)
We have a small, but growing social media following, primarily on Instagram and Facebook.
We offer free shipping on all orders over £20 and a free shaker bottle on orders over £40. Products are shipped via Royal Mail or Hermes.
We have a selection of free guides available for download, covering healthy recipes, health and weight loss tips and we are regularly generating more insights for our blog.
Program Commission Tiers
1+ sales per month
10% of order value
5+ sales per month
12% of order value
10+ sales per month
15% of order value
20+ sales per month
20% of order value
30+ sales per month
25% of order value
50+ sales per month
30% of order value
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