Vegan Trademark partners with RangeMe

The Vegan Society’s Vegan Trademark has partnered with RangeMe to help vegan brands get their products in front of retailers globally.

The Vegan Trademark, established in 1990, helps users identify whether a product is free from animal-derived ingredients. It is currently on more than 58,000 products worldwide, including cosmetics, clothing, food, drink, and household items.

RangeMe aims to help retail buyers discover new products – it also provides a number of tools and services to companies and suppliers that want to grow their brand.

“One of the goals of the Vegan Society is to help make veganism mainstream, so we’re really excited about this collaboration between RangeMe and the Vegan Trademark to help the brands that go through our certification scheme grow and reach new audiences,” said Steve Hamon, head of commercial services, The Vegan Trademark. “Companies like RangeMe are extremely important to challenger brands as they provide access to opportunities, they may not be able to get on their own.

“The Vegan Trademark team are always on the lookout to collaborate with companies that can help get Vegan Trademark-certified products in store and on shelves.”

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