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Media Release

Thu 6 Dec 2007 For immediate release

Heather Mills Wins Vegan Society Achievement Award

The Co-op supermarket, Faith in Nature cleaning products and the Vegan Organic Network are also among those triumphantly walking away with a
coveted Vegan Society Award this year. Each year, Vegan Society members nominate their favourite vegan companies, products and people. In 2007,
we have some new winners, as well as further accolades for some old favourites.

Colm McBriarty, Vegan Society Business Development Officer said today, "The vegan market is growing all the time, so it is no easy achievement to win a Vegan Society Award. We hope that the 2007 Winners will go on to even more greater vegan successes in 2008!"

The winners of the 2007 Vegan Society Awards in full are:

* Vegan Achievement Award - Heather Mills
* Best Vegan fairly traded product - Co-op White Wines
* Best Vegan non-food product - Faith In Nature Shampoo
* Best Vegan Catering - Veggies Catering Campaign
* Best Vegan Food Product - Beanies B'Nice Rice Ice Cream
* Best Vegan Drink - Samuel Smith Cherry Beer
* Best Vegan Retailer - Lush
* Best Vegan Eco-Product - Bio-D Washing Up Liquid
* Best Vegan Project/Campaign - Vegan Organic Network
* Best Vegan Accommodation - Fern Tor, Devon
* Vegan Raspberry Award - it could be vegan, but it isn't!
- Quorn - still not vegan because it always contains egg, and
mostly milk too.

The Vegan Society would like to congratulate all the winners of the 2007 Vegan Society Awards. Vegans enjoy a wide range of foods, such as vegan
chocolate cake, vegan ice cream and even vegan bacon. For a free copy of the Vegan Society's guide 'Eating the Earth', about how your diet
could change the world, call 0845 458 8244 or visit www.vegansociety. com

Contact: Amanda Baker
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Tel: (0121) 523 1737

Notes for Editors

1. Founded in 1944, The Vegan Society promotes vegan lifestyles - which exclude, as far as is possible and practical, all forms of exploitation
of animals for food, clothing or any other purpose.

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