Veg1 – Vegan Multivitamins
Vegan Supplements with Vitamin B12
Veg1 is the Vegan Society’s multivitamin, formulated to meet the needs of vegans, but suitable for everyone.
[click here to order Veg1 vitamins]
This supplement provides EU recommended daily allowances (RDAs) of Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Folic Acid, Iodine and Selenium.
Veg1 comes in bottles of 90 blackcurrant flavoured tablets – a three month supply.
- Vitamin B2 (1.6mg – 114%)
- Vitamin B6 (2mg – 143%)
- Vitamin B12 (10µg – 400%)
- Vitamin D (10µg – 200%)
- Folic Acid (200µg – 100%)
- Iodine (150µg – 100%)
- Selenium (60µg – 109%)
Nov’15: Sorry, the price for this product has gone up – the 1st time since 2013.
Remember that additional tubs have no additional postage cost!
They are dated November 2016, a 90-tab tub being a 3 month supply.
£6.00 per 90 + £2.90 postage (87g)
– from Veggies at the Sumac Centre
– by mail order, inc p&p
First tub x 90 – £6.00 + £2.90 postage
Order for one tub includes 2nd class postage, for UK only. For overseas orders – see below.
Additional tub – £6.00 when one (above) is ordered with p&p paid.
Order up to 9 extra in addition to the first tub, adjust quantity as required
As it is more expensive to send overseas from the UK we ask for a contribution towards the extra cost.
Please add £1 for Europe, USA & Canada.
Australia, Guadaloupe, Mauritius cost us £2 extra – please click button twice.
No Paypal? The payment system also accepts credit/debit cards, or post your order to Veggies, 245 Gladstone Street, Nottingham, NG7 6HX (payment with stamps or with hidden cash is welcome).
Full ingredients list:
Sugar, Dextrose, Acacia, Selenomethionine (Selenium), Stearic Acid, Flavour (Blackcurrant), Ergocalciferol Preparation (D), Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (B6), Magnesium Stearate, Riboflavin (B2), PVP, Folacin (Folic Acid), Potassium Iodine (Iodine), Cyanocobalamin (B12)
The adult dose is one tablet per day. Children under 12 can take either one Veg1 tablet every two days, or half a Veg1 tablet every day. Veg1 is gluten-free and wheat-free and is suitable for pregnant women. (Product Info as at Nov’15)
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Low B12 intakes can cause anemia and nervous system damage. The only reliable vegan sources of B12 are foods fortified with B12 (including some plant milks, some soy products and some breakfast cereals) and B12 supplements. Some suggest that the lack of vitamin B12 elsewhere in our diet is a result of ‘modern’ industrialised food production.
There are other vegan supplements with vitamin b12 available which, although substantially more expensive, are based on more natural ingredients.
For example look at Viridian High-Five-Multivitamin-and-Mineral-Formula in a base of alfalfa, spirulina and bilberry, rather than sugar and dextrose.
For other products see the multivitamins and minerals supplied by or registered with the Vegan Society.
As it may be difficult to find vegan supplements elsewhere, and you may prefer to buy from a campaigning vegan company, we will supply anywhere, however we are not keen on distribution by air mail so will try to suggest other suppliers where were can find them. Feedback welcome.
Whilst we give no endorsement of other suppliers, we are happy to pass on details, starting with:
VitaVegan from Platinum Naturals.
United States (USA)
Thanks to Meg for seeking out Deva Vegan Vitamins, which may be a suitable alternative to shipping Veg1 from Nottingham, UK to the USA.
Deva Vegan Vitamins: full product info & suppliers
Amazon sell 2 x 90 tabs for $17.98 (about £11.80) compared to £15.60 for 2×90 Veg1 vegan supplements from Veggies, (including £2 for additional overseas postage).
There is a $25 minimum for free shipping, but even with a shipping charge the equivalent price is less than £16.
Perhaps the environmental detriment of delivery by air to the USA could be offset against the ethical dilemma of using tax dodgy Amazon, but there are alternatives to Amazon with many other more ethical suppliers.
If you can suggest other alternatives for vegan supplements with vitamin B12 please let us know.