Vegan/Vegetarian Certificate2018-05-19T22:27:45+00:00

Vegan/Vegetarian Certificate

We certificate vegan and vegetarian options with these marks. We give these marks to restaurants, stores and products which have vegan/vegetarian options.

[Vegan/Vegetarian Certificate for restaurants and shops]VEGAN(ヴィーガン ベジタリアン対応) :
Restaurants and shops with vegetarian options including vegan options.

[Vegan and Vegetarian Certificate for products]
VEGAN(ヴィーガン):
Vegan Product (without meat, fish, egg, dairy products)

VEGETARIAN(ベジタリアン) -NO MEAT NO FISH-:
Vegetarian  product (without meat, fish)

*The size of the sticker for restaurants and shops is 10 cm x 10 cm basically. If you would like to use it as different size, we can give it as digital data so that you can change the size and print out by yourself.

*For the products, we give you the digital data of the mark.

The definition about Vegetarian and Vegan used here for food by Vege Project Japan and Our rules

・Vegetarian:

We certify “Vegetarian” menus and products when we are sure they don’t contain meat, seafood or anything made of them as ingredient by checking these with the producers.

About the frying oil, if the oil is used to fry meat or fish, we don’t considered it as vegetarian anymore.

Though we don’t mention about the procedure of making them, for instance, possible contamination through the manufacture lines, equipment, dishes and kitchens, we make it obligation for the producers to write the possibility in case they have.

・Vegan:

We certificate “Vegan” menus and products when we are sure they don’t contain meat, seafood, dairy, egg, honey or anything made of them as ingredient by checking these with the producers.

About the frying oil, if the oil is used to fry animal products, we don’t considered it as vegan anymore.

Though we don’t mention about the procedure of making them, for instance, possible contamination through the manufacture lines, equipment, dishes and kitchens, we make it obligation for the producers to write the possibility in case they have.

*We certify products, restaurants and shops with their vegetarian/vegan menus and products after we check the ingredients and the information the producer gives to us.

*As for the detail of many allergens, please ask each producer, restaurant and shop.

We do our regular check to confirm our certificate is valid or not. Also we make it obligation to the certificated restaurants and shops to let us know when they change any ingredient so that we will check it again. When we find the certificated menus and products contain something we can’t call vegetarian/vegan, we revoke the certificate.