The main reason for showcasing vegan TV advertisement this advertisement is to make a connection between all those people who love animals and love keeping them at home but haven’t gone vegan yet.
The new vegan TV advertisement launched by The Vegan Society called “Future Normal,” is made with
the hope, to increase the number of people going vegan as well as for all the so-called animal lovers, who haven’t gone vegan yet.
Many people have pets; they love to keep pets and take good care of them, they cannot see their
pets in pain, then how can they cause the same problem or more vulnerable pain to other animals, by
killing them and consuming them, and then call themselves “Animal Lovers!” with the same approach and context the video is made.
It is an eye-opening video, for all the people who call themselves animal lovers on the one hand, and consume meat on the other hand. The sole reason behind this video is to target such kind of people and to create awareness among the masses, that how do we harm our environment as well as animals for our self- consumption.
From the desk of vegan TV campaign makers
Louise Davies, head of the campaign at, The vegan society, sent a statement to The Plant-Based News by stating that the vegan TV advertisement will surely encourage people to think about the future they want to live in, and will also encourage them to take the necessary steps to make it a reality.
She further added that going vegan can be seen as a hopeful action.
Veganism is a lifestyle taken up by the people who choose to be kind towards the animals and find it worth to make a small contribution to society by giving up the meat. The main motto for sharing the message via this advertisement is to tell people that animal lover means caring for and respecting all the animals, and not only the one who stays with us at our home.
The advertisement showcase different people with their pets and the way people love their pets.
The love and connection between human beings and animals. The love in the eyes of animals.
With the message to start over again.
Earlier, this year, another country Israel showcased its first pro-vegan TV advertisement and reached 35
per cent of the nation after broadcasting the advertisement on one of the country’s most popular
The duration of the ad was sixty seconds showcasing, a couple going shopping in a supermarket. When they ask for “extra fresh” meat, the shopkeeper hands them a living lamb. The advertisement commercial then displays a message, “make the connection.”
The organization founder, and CEO, Omri Paz said to The Plant-Based News in one of his
interviews that, he was glad to see a vegan commercial that talks about saving animal life. After
so many years of watching commercials on animal products and their uses and benefits, someone
has finally come up with something new different, and eye-opening concept