Dr. Regina Henkel
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PETA-Approved Vegan and Sunflower: Two Certificates for Vegan Textiles and Accessories

There are two labels designating vegan clothing, textiles and accessories: the PETA-Approved Vegan logo, awarded by animal protection organization PETA, and the Sunflower, awarded by the British Vegan Society. 

The Sunflower is given out by the Vegan Society, which was founded in the UK in 1944.
The Sunflower is given out by the Vegan Society, which was founded in the UK in 1944.

The PETA-Approved Vegan logo is awarded free of charge to fashion companies that will then use it to better emphasize their commitment to animal rights and vegan fashion.

To receive the logo, companies must complete a questionnaire and sign a binding declaration of assurance. A license agreement is then concluded with PETA for individual vegan items or for the entire company. You can learn all about the PETA-Approved Vegan logo here.

The Vegan Society Sunflower Recognizes Vegan Products

The Sunflower is given out by the Vegan Society, which was founded in the UK in 1944. Products of all kinds with no content from animal origins are eligible.


The criteria also state that no animal testing or genetically modified organisms may be involved in the development of the product. The label is only awarded to products, not companies. You can find more information on the Sunflower here.

Dr. Regina Henkel
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Dr. Regina Henkel


Dr. Regina Henkel
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Dr. Regina Henkel




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