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  We know just how hard being vegan in a mostly non-vegan world can be. Even living in vegan-friendly Northern California, we still had a tough time finding cruelty-free products to support our lifestyle. Our solution was to open an online store specializing in cruelty-free products.
For many of us, it often seems impossible to make a difference in this world when, every day, we learn of more cases of animal cruelty and the devastation of our environment caused by factory farming. But by simply eating a plant-based diet and making an effort to buy products that are 100% vegan, we are reducing animal suffering and making a big difference in the lives of animals and the environment every day. If you're not already vegan or vegetarian, we are grateful for your interest in shopping cruelty free.
We are committed to bringing you vegan products that meet the highest quality standards and we strive for 100% customer satisfaction. If you are not completely satisfied with an item that you have purchased, you can return it within 30 days of shipping for a full refund or exchange.

Following are the guidelines of the Vegan Food Pyramid.
Three or more servings a day
Vegetables are packed with nutrients; they provide vitamin C, beta-carotene, riboflavin, iron, calcium, fiber, and other nutrients. Dark green, leafy vegetables such as broccoli, collards, kale, mustard and turnip greens, chicory, or bok Choy are especially good sources of these nutrients. Dark yellow and orange vegetables such as carrots, winter squash, sweet potatoes, and pumpkin provide extra beta-carotene. Include generous portions of a variety of vegetables in your diet.
Serving size:  1-cup raw vegetables, 1/2-cup cooked vegetables.
   Whole Grains
Five or more servings a day
This group includes bread, rice, pasta, hot or cold cereal. corn, millet, barley, buglar, buckwheat groats, and tortillas. Build each of your meals around a hearty grain dish -- grains are rich in fiber and other complex carbohydrates, as well as protein, B vitamins, and zinc
Serving size:  1/2-cup hot cereal, 1-ounce dry cereal, one slice bread
Fruits are rich in fiber, vitamin C, and betacarotene. Be sure to include at least one serving each day of fruits that are high in vitamin C -- citrus fruits, melons, and strawberries are all good choices. Choose whole fruit over fruit juices, which do not contain very much fiber.
Serving size:  One medium piece of fruit, 1/2-cup cooked fruit, 4-ounces juice.
   Two or more servings a day
Legumes -- which is another name for beans, peas, and lentils -- are all good sources of vitamins fiber. This group also includes chickpeas, baked and refried beans, soy milk, tempeh, and textures vegetable protein.
Serving size:  1/2-cup cooked beans, 4-ounces tofu or tempeh, 8-ounces soy milk.


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