World Vegan Day Roundup

| Post published on November 15, 2019
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World Vegan Day Roundup

On 1 November, World Vegan Day, we called on the British public to go vegan for 24 hours to help save the planet. And we are absolutely thrilled with the positive response we got! The campaign was covered nationwide and some celebs even got involved with the day too.

Here are some of the highlights:

  • More than 90 pieces of coverage
  • GoVegan24 had an estimated 423k coverage views, with a further 6.53m combined celebrity following
  • Juliet did back-to-back radio interviews on 19 stations leading up to World Vegan Day, reaching millions of listeners across the UK!
  • With the help of our wonderful supporters we organised more than 35 info stalls nationwide, reaching thousands of people on Britain’s high streets

James May

Best known for his antics on Top Gear and The Grand Tour, James May got involved by creating a YouTube video, and posting on Instagram and Twitter.

The video in which he cooks vegan hotdogs has since been viewed more than 200K times.

Fearne Cotton

Vegan now for about two months, Fearne Cotton advocated our #GoVegan24 campaign which gained coverage in regional papers all across the country.

On World Vegan Day, she posted a video to her 2.9m followers on Instagram encouraging people to get involved. The video has been viewed more than 112k times.


Happy World Vegan Day #govegan24

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Some other notable people who endorsed our campaign include:

Positive impact

And of course, many members of the public got involved and tried #GoVegan24 too.


Thank you to all of those who took part in the campaign. We hope it showed just how easy it is to be vegan.

For more information, please visit our going vegan page, which is full of information on how to go and stay vegan, and why veganism is best for all!

If you have any positive stories from World Vegan Day, don’t hesitate to @ us on our socials, or email us at – we would love to hear from you!

About the author
Conor Haines
Conor is the Web Content Editor at Viva! and has been vegan since 2016. He graduated from the University of Gloucestershire with a degree in Multimedia & Web Design. Before joining the Viva! team, Conor worked at an online marketing agency as a search specialist, and he now uses his knowledge of search to increase Viva!'s online visibility to help achieve a vegan a future. Click here for more info.

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