Eat Health | Live healthy
Our slogan is simple: Eat healthy | Live healthy. This is what Veggy Malta is all about. Promoting healthy food and a healthy lifestyle. We also promote a sustainable plant based lifestyle and advocate animal rights. These three are the main pillars why individuals choose to change their classical eating pattern. One’s Health – care for the Environment – against Animal cruelty.
Veggy Malta is a fresh online magazine / blog that promotes healthy food, vegetarian and vegan foods, organic and also free from foods. These could be free from lactose, dairy, gluten, sugar, soy or whatever. Veggy Malta aims to provide individuals suffering from intolerances with the choices they need.
Veggy Malta aim to be a reference point for consumers who want to find products and venues that suit their particular lifestyle choices. The target audience are flexitarians, vegetarians and vegans. We seek to increase the number of flexitarians that browse and read through our pages and find more products, recipes, shops and dining venues where to eat healthy and meat free.
Having said that Veggy Malta is a strictly lacto-ovo vegetarian magazine | blog and will not promote meat products. Suppliers that do not have their products already certified by an international body are always asked to check their ingredients and verify if the products contains hidden traces of animal products.
Veggy Malta also believes that change and greater choice can only happen thanks to the private and commercial sector. Veggy Malta partners with the importers, manufacturers and distributors to promote products that meet Veggy Malta’s criteria. A number of posts on Veggy Malta are sponsored and would be mainly found in the VM Shopping section and VM Restaurants +.
Veggy Malta also tries to visit and list health shops in Malta and Gozo. In most cases we have contacted the owners of the shops and have been invited over to make a review and take photos of the place.
Veggy Malta organises a number of initiates. The largest event is Malta Meat Free Week which is held in October. It is national event partnering companies, retail, organisations to promote individuals to take up the food challenge.