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The VegNews 12 Days of Vegan Gift Ideas

VegNews editors are making holiday shopping that much easier this year with a curated gift guide of our favorite products.



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The holidays are officially here, and we could all benefit from spreading the cheer after these tumultuous two years. And what better to do that with than all the vegan goodies? Whether it’s delicious hot sauces, a chocolate truffle delivery, or a faux fur dog coat for your companion animal, VegNews editors were tasked to find 10 vegan products that they would give this year. The result? An endless array of gift ideas for you!

Day 1: Seasoning, Sauces, and More

If there’s one piece of advice I’m always giving to friends, it’s to stock up on seasoning. And don’t just stop there: vinegars, hot sauces, powders, pastes, little crispy crunchy things, sprinkles of this and that—anything that can liven up your food, have it on hand always.” 
—VegNews Senior Editor Richard Bowie

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Day 2: Cake, Cookies & Ice Cream … Delivered!

“Thanks to innovation and a good amount of dry ice, we can ship the impossible—ice cream, deep dish pizza, vegan sashimi, and even fully constructed, full-sized cakes. And I crave it all.”
—VegNews Digital Editor Tanya Flink

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Day 3: Time to Dote Over Our Dogs

“Don’t tell the Littles, but this Christmas, their specially curated doggie gifts were designed not only to meet their basic needs, but the companies I patronized reflect those things I stand for most passionately: compassion, ethical entrepreneurship, and plant-based food.”
—VegNews Editor at Large Jasmin Singer

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Day 4: Women-Owned Stocking Stuffers

“So this year, as I wrap up my search for the perfect stocking stuffers, I’m honoring my mom, my sisters, and all the women who inspire me by buying from and supporting women-owned businesses. It’s a small thing that doubles the feel-good feelings of gift giving.”
—VegNews Associate Editor Jocelyn Martinez



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