Policies/PR Pitches

Here at SomeVeganGirl.com, we consider ourselves a reputable, unique news source for the plant-based community.

General Guidelines:

  • We do accept products and samples (since we’re all about staying attune to the latest and greatest) but cannot guarantee coverage.
  • We’re always looking for a scoop, so please feel free to reach out with story ideas and pitches!
  • We’re open to sponsorships and partners, but pride ourselves on transparency, so any sponsored content is labeled as such.

Advice for PR Agencies:

For PR pros and agencies, know this: we’re all about ORIGINAL news here at SVG, so if you’re sending out a mass press release, chances are we won’t be covering your story. We like scoops, completely unique angles, and breaking news that hasn’t been covered elsewhere.

Coverage of Vegan Products: 

When it comes to covering vegan topics and products, our view of what’s vegan (and what isn’t) is in line with PETA’s: “Being vegan is about helping animals, not maintaining personal purity. Boycotting products that may contain trace amounts of animal products can actually be harmful to animals in the long run. For example, by refusing to eat a veggie burger from a restaurant because the bun may contain traces of milk or eggs, you are discouraging that restaurant from offering vegan options because it is seems too difficult a task.”

So, we will cover and discuss products as vegan as long as they don’t explicitly contain any animal ingredients. “Accidentally vegan” items and those that don’t have an official vegan certification are still on our radar, as long as the ingredients qualify.

More questions? Drop us a line anytime at hannah.sentenac@gmail.com.