Negative assumptions about plant-based food keep people from going vegan
How often do non-vegans assume you only eat grass and tofu? They think our food is bland, expensive, and void of protein. The misconceptions about vegan food keeps people away from trying it. And the less people know about vegan food, the more animals tortured in the meat and dairy industries. As vegans, it’s our job to promote animal-free alternatives every chance we get. It’s time we show people that plant-based food is delicious.
Wanyama Box helps vegans like you get your friends and family to stop eating animals.
This curated package of vegan products is so delicious, even the most stubborn omnivore will find something to love. Show your friends and family that vegans eat coconut caramels, BBQ jerky, and scrambled eggs without any cholesterol. These boxes get people to experience what we really eat and change their view of vegan food forever.
"A philosophy and way of living which seeks to exclude—as far as is possible and practicable—all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose; and by extension, promotes the development and use of animal-free alternatives for the benefit of humans, animals and the environment."
The Vegan Society
Who doesn’t like surprises? Not only do boxes encourage ethical eating, but they’re bound to brighten someone’s day.
There’s an element of mystery behind every box. Since the sender’s identity isn’t revealed, people have to guess and reach out to you.
The goal of each box is to start a conversation. By forcing pre-vegans to come to us, we can discuss the importance of veganism.
Boxes include discounts to encourage the purchase of more vegan products. If you send a box, you get the discounts too!
These boxes aren’t just delicious—they’re educational. The literature inside explains the harms of animal agriculture and gives advice on going vegan.
Each snack is flavorful, interesting, or packed with protein. They were voted best by omnivores and will change perceptions of vegan food.
It means “animals” in Swahili
Increase veganism: With myths of vegan foods dispelled, we want people to become more curious about plant-based eating and work towards adopting a vegan lifestyle.
Increase activism: Going vegan is great! But going vegans and encouraging others to go vegan is even better. These boxes are a new way for vegans to increase their animal advocacy.
Increase access: You need access to fresh, affordable, nutritious food to go vegan. That's why a portion of each sale goes to non-profits making produce more accessible in low income neighborhoods.