The pages of VegNews go beyond recipes. The mag started out as a humble freebie newspaper, but as vegan culture went more mainstream, so did the pub, which will cover any and all things related to the vegan life. After all, its tagline is: “think, eat, thrive.” Publicists can land a pitch in the pages of this mag by tailoring it to the vegan set.
“We’re always interested in new foods, beauty care or even pet or home care,” said editorial director Elizabeth Castoria. So the product review section is wide open for publicists’ pitches. Vegan personalities and celebrities are also wanted. “We definitely like, kind of, breaking the story that such-and-such celebrity is vegan,” she explained.
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