Vegans Versus Vegetarians

Here’s the official FSA guidelines:
Vegetarian: The term ‘vegetarian’ should not be applied to foods that are, or are made from or with the aid of products derived from animals that have died, have been slaughtered, or animals that die as a result of being eaten. Animals means farmed, wild or domestic animals, including for example, livestock poultry, game, fish, shellfish, crustacea, amphibians, tunicates, echinoderms, molluscs and insects.

Vegan: The term ‘vegan’ should not be applied to foods that are, or are made from or with the aid of animals or animal products (including products from living animals).
Veganism – pros and consNot long ago the idea of  a strict vegan diet ­was considered extreme, ridiculous and impractical. A vegan does not eat any animal products — no meat, fish, fowl, eggs, dairy or honey.  They would not use any clothing or footwear that has animal products in
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