For­mer PETA In­dia head ANURADHA SAWHNEY is mak­ing sure ve­g­an­ism reaches more Punekars

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For­mer PETA In­dia head ANURADHA SAWHNEY is mak­ing sure ve­g­an­ism reaches more Punekars with her ve­gan prod­ucts – desserts, cheese, baked prod­ucts, ice-creams, but­ter, cakes, and more. She speaks to Ci­tadel about her foray into ve­g­an­ism and pro­mot­ing this life­style fur­ther.

Love for an­i­mals and ve­g­an­ism are go­ing hand in hand these days. It has changed the way we eat our food and think about it. In In­dia, we have had veg­e­tar­i­an­ism, but peo­ple are tak­ing a step fur­ther to­wards ve­g­an­ism. Amidst this, we have a few names who are work­ing to­wards animal rights and ve­g­an­ism with gusto. One such name is in the city and has come out with a new way to pro­vid­ing in­ter­est­ing ve­gan food. In In­dia, Anuradha Sawhney has al­ways been as­so­ci­ated with PETA. This for­mer Chief Func­tionary and Head of In­dian op­er­a­tions for PETA has now be­come a known name for fo­cus­ing on ve­g­an­ism and animal rights. Tak­ing her legacy for­ward, she had started Ve­gan Lunch Busi­ness in Pune, and is now into ve­gan desserts, cakes, breads, but­ter, cheese, ice cream, choco­lates, cook­ies, and crack­ers. Such is her pop­u­lar­ity that her desserts go to The Real Green Cafe, KP, and is all avail­able on­line for de­liv­ery around Pune, and pan In­dia too for lim­ited prod­ucts.

THE PETA AF­FAIR

Anuradha and PETA have be­come syn­ony­mous to each other. De­spite hav­ing left the or­gan­i­sa­tion some time

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