The Veggie Awards provide the perfect opportunity to have your product tried, tested, and then judged by some of the best-loved celebrities and influencers in the plant-based and ethical industry. There is also the opportunity to have thorough feedback from the team/judges. Entries are now open and close on 15th August 2022, and cost £100.
Simply enter your products by midnight on 15th August in any of our extensive range of categories and then send them to us for initial testing. The knowledgeable Veggie Awards team will judge products based on the criteria set for each category, and will create a shortlist of the top 15 products in each category
Shortlisted products will then need to be sent to our celebrity judges in September 2022, who will rate the products according to the criteria set for each category. They will then select their winners and highly commended products.
The winners and highly commended runners-up will be announced here and across our social media platforms in November.
The panel on this year’s Veggie Awards includes some of the UK’s best-loved vegetarian and vegan celebrities and influencers. This year, we’re delighted to team up with the following personalities.
Martyn, aka ‘The Lagom Chef’, is a no-nonsense chef with a passion for healthy eating and saving the planet. He recently launched his healthy and sustainable meal plans, which he calls a blueprint for a better future.
Bettina is a plant-based pioneer, professional chef and the author of vegan cookbook, Happy Food.
Lucy is a vegetarian recipe creator and food photographer, who blogs under the name Lucy & Lentils, and has nearly 160,000 Instagram followers.
Dr Joe is chiropractor and wellness expert who’s passionate about helping people to reach their health potential, and teaching others the benefits of growing their own vegetables.
TV presenter, health guru and travel writer Amanda Byram is famed for her passion for health, beauty and wellbeing.
Niki is an award-winning blogger and food consultant. She launched her blog Rebel Recipes in 2015, and has gone on to amass an army of foodie fans looking for recipe inspiration and plant-based eating know-how.
Award-winning bridal makeup artist, content creator and vegan beauty influencer, Jaineesha is recognised for creating awareness around eco-living, sustainability within the beauty industry and empowering South Asian women through speaking about taboo subjects.
Katy Beskow is an award-winning cook, writer and cookery tutor with a passion for seasonal ingredients, vibrant food and fuss-free home cooking. Katy’s sixth and latest book, Easy Vegan Bible, is out now.
Aine Carlin has forged a unique niche for herself in the world of plant-based cooking with her refreshingly fun and easy approach to veganism. A regular on Irish television, Aine has also appeared on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, and has contributed recipes to Sainsbury’s Magazine, Stella and more. Her latest cookbook, The Festive Vegan Table, is on sale now.
Amy Stuckey is a vegan blogger who founded All Things Vegan UK, providing vegans, vegetarians and flexitarians with inspiration on vegan meals and recipes, as well as honest views of new plant-based food and beauty launches on the market.
Rosie is a fully qualified nutritional therapist who set up her company, Miss Nutritionist, in 2010. Specialising in helping people to increase their energy and recover from burnout, she has recently published her first book, Burnout’s a B*tch.
Aimee is the recipe developer, writer and photographer behind award-winning blog WallflowerKitchen.com and author of Great British Vegan, where she shares comforting British classics made without meat, dairy or eggs.
Karen is an influencer who is passionate about sustainable living in the real world. She can be found daily on Instagram @n4mummy or writing her blog n4mummy.com. Karen lives in North London with her husband and three energetic children.
Demi is a vegan and lifestyle blogger, as well as a veterinary nurse and law student. Her content focuses on making veganism relatable and casual whilst also challenging her audience to consider topics such as racism within the vegan community.
The Awards are divided into food, beauty and sustainability categories. Each category will include a winner and two runners-up.
Teas, coffees, soft drinks, vegetarian and vegan alcohol
Sweet and savoury nibbles including crisps, chocolate, sweets and cereal bars
Dry ingredients and pantry staples
Vegetarian sausages, burgers, mince and more
Plant-based pantry staples and dried foods
Plant-based chocolate, sweets and savoury nibbles
Plant-based milk, cheese, desserts, ice cream
Shampoos, conditioners and treatments
Body creams, scrubs, soap, body washes
Moisturisers, cleansers, serums, exfoliators, masks
Cruelty-free and vegan lipsticks, mascaras, eyeshadows, blushers
Plant-based shampoos, conditioners and hair treatments
Plant-based body lotions, body washes, scrubs
Plant-based serums, facial oils, scrubs
Toothbrushes, deodorants, supplements, protein powders
Products using alternatives to single-use plastic, brought to market within the last 12 months
This category is open to brands that are going beyond creating more ethical products and services.