October 28, 2021
From Vegan Life
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Get your hands on these vegan Halloween goodies before you start your creepy celebrations

The 31st October is almost here, and that means Halloween treats galore! Ahead of the weekend, we round up the best vegan Halloween related goodies for animal lovers, sweet fanatics and everyone in between.

And remember, if you’re pumpkin carving over the weekend, make sure you don’t merely throw away your pumpkin flesh, try these innovative ways to prevent it going to waste.

Wild

Limited Edition Toffee Apple Scented Deodorant

One case and three refill scents, £25, wearewild.com

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Wild’s limited-edition Toffee Apple scented deodorant will have you smelling like a treat, ready for the weekend’s Halloween antics. In case you’re not familiar, Wild is a sustainable, natural deodorant brand that offers a solution to the bathroom plastic crisis, with 100 per cent natural, biodegradable refills housed in plastic-free cases. There are no tricks – only treats with Wild’s Toffee Apple scent which combines crisp apple with notes of seasonal spice. It’s your favourite autumn candle scent wrapped up into a pit-pampering natural deodorant.

Joe and Seph’s

Vegan Toffee Apple and Cinnamon Popcorn

£4 a bag, joeandsephs.co.uk

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Bored of gummy sweets? This bag of gourmet air-popped popcorn will shake up your Halloween snacking. Coated in Joe and Seph’s smooth, vegan caramel with apple and a hint of Saigon cinnamon, this popcorn is perfect for enjoying whilst watching scary movies.

Swizzels

Chew Crew Sweets

£1, sainsburys.co.uk

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A selection of family-favourite sweets, including Drumsticks, Refreshers, Love Hearts and Banana Sticks. Perfect for trick or treaters or for enjoying with your friends.

Big Wild Thought

Bat Women’s T-Shirt

£21.50, bigwildthought.co.uk

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This T-shirt is perfect for wearing on Halloween, emblazoned with a cute little bat design. For every sale, 10 per cent of the retail cost will go to the Bat Conservation Trust, which helps to protect bats and the environments on which they rely.

The Treat Kitchen

Radioactive Sour Boiled Sweets Mix

£10, thevegankind.com

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These vegan sweets come in nine exciting flavours. They are ideal for kids and adults alike, as long as you prefer sour over sweet flavours.




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