Meat-free TV

Tired of seeing meat on the TV? Then tune in to a new online TV station called Veggie Vision.

by: Food24 | 31 Oct 2008

The new vegetarian internet TV channel Veggie Vision promises cookery, celebs and information – a mix salad indeed. Focusing on information, education and entertainment for cruelty-free living and animal-free eating.

After spending time and money on getting a veggie TV programme off the ground and being told that "It's ahead of its time" and too much of a "niche" market, Karin Ridgers (founder of Veggie Vision) decided to go the online route by creating an online TV channel.

Veggie Vision aims to promote a healthy compassionate lifestyle and making mini programmes for an online audience that even non-vegetarians would watch.

The station also intends to take a closer look at companies that promote vegetarian products who don’t have the money to advertise on TV and will offer them a cost-effective alternative to get their message out.

Ridges describes Veggie Vision as: the Vegetarian Society meets Hello magazine, with celebrity interviews, cookery, products and competitions.

Would you like to watch an exclusive veggie-friendly TV channel?

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