PETA’s Kind Market Is What Vegan Shopping Heaven Looks Like

Published by Zachary Toliver.

The most compassionate holiday-shopping experience is back as PETA gears up for its second annual Holiday Kind Market!

Delicious treats, clothing, jewelry, beauty products, home goods, companion-animal supplies, and more—all from local, cruelty-free vegan vendors.

Photo Provided By: Vromage

On Saturday and Sunday (December 9 and 10), shoppers will be able to do all their gift grabbing in one place, all while helping animals around the world. Over 30 vendors will fill PETA’s Empathy Center to showcase a wide variety of 100 percent cruelty-free and vegan items. Whether it’s a stylish vegan leather jacket, some goodies to munch on, or grooming care for men and women, you’ll find the perfect gift (or maybe just something for yourself as a reward for dealing with holiday craziness—we won’t judge)!

During the market, we’ll also have an on-site raffle and tons of gift bags to give away. But best of all, you’ll be helping to save lives, as a minimum of 10 percent of every purchase will go toward PETA’s work for animals.

Can’t join us in person? No worries! On December 9 and 10, folks can still check out the wonderful vendors featured at the Holiday Kind Market online at the PETA Mall. Be sure to use the code petakindmarket to donate 10 percent of your online purchase to PETA’s work for animals.

Photo Provided By: Cavi-Art

Photo Provided By: Blue Elf Succulents

The Holiday Kind Market vendors include the following: Angela RoiBare Bones Body Care, Bead & ReelBlue Elf SucculentsCavi-Art SrbijaCinnaholic, CrèmeCaramelLACoalition LA, CykochikDoshi FCSA, FrankieLucy Bakeshop, gaffer&childHipsters for SistersJanna ConnerLes Beaux Chocolats, Local Girls Mission, Melie Bianco, Morning Blossom StudioMozzaRisella Rice Cheese, New ProfanityOlive Alchemy, Plant Based Foods, Sage LarockShen & Sam Co.The Social Type, Tartex, Vegan ChicVegan ClubVegan Power, and Vromage.

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind