New Vegan Platform ‘Vegan Monkey’ Launches!

Vegan Monkey, a new way to search, explore and shop vegan product options has launched in Bangkok!

With the goal of making a plant-based and vegan lifestyle more attainable in Bangkok and beyond, the founders of Vegan Monkey Viktor Lövgren & João Fernandes launched the platform earlier this year after they themselves realized they needed a platform like this, and wished it existed!

The goal of Vegan Monkey is to simplify plant-based living and to help plant-based businesses gain traction and visibility.

Vegan Monkey features not only restaurants but all kinds of businesses and their vegan products. Looking for the best plant-based sushi in town? Fine-dining options? Best protein powder? Vegan soap? Vegan Monkey has got you covered!

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Vegan Monkey lets businesses list their menus and products on the website, and they can also choose to open a free online store within the Vegan Monkey Marketplace.

“We want to propel and support all businesses offering plant-based options. On top of the free online shop, a social media creator toolset with AI capabilities is coming up for all business partners later this year to help supercharge their businesses and increase visibility across all platforms.” – Vegan Monkey

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