Russell Hobbs – Win a Russell Hobbs Satisfry Air & Grill Multi Cooker


Russell Hobbs are offering five lucky winners the chance to win a Russell Hobbs Satisfry Air & Grill Multi Cooker, each worth £164.99!

Cook with confidence even if you’ve no time to lose with the Russell Hobbs Satisfry Air & Grill Multi Cooker. A 5.5 litre multi cooker with an air fryer all in one, transform the way you cook and deliver all the tasty meals you love, with 7 versatile cooking functions to choose from: Air Fry, Grill, Sear, Slow Cook, Roast, Bake or Keep Warm.

Las Iguanas – Win a £100 gift voucher


Las Iguanas are celebrating National Vegetarian Week by giving away a £100 gift card which can be used in any UK branch.

Las Iguanas’ veggie and vegan dishes are crafted the Latin American Way, making the most of the amazing array of vegetables, fruit and spices that grow there. From pulled jackfruit to cassava root, beets and beans, the menu is full of exciting flavours.

BOSH! – Win a bumper book bundle


BOSH! founders Henry Firth and Ian Theasby have generously donated a bundle of their cookbooks as a prize for National Vegetarian Week 2023. In celebration of their new cookbook MEAT being released this August, this bumper book prize includes a variety of their previous best-selling recipe books packed with lots of kitchen inspiration.

All BOSH! cookbooks are focussed on promoting plant-based eating for the benefit of people and the planet. Henry & Ian are delighted to support National Vegetarian Week and hope their cookbooks will inspire people to try new and delicious plant-based recipes. The prize bundle will be a fantastic opportunity for one lucky winner to experience the diverse range of recipes that BOSH! has to offer.

You can pre-order the upcoming plant-based recipe book MEAT by BOSH! online here.

Max La Manna – Win a copy of Max’s book: You Can Cook This!


Including over 100 no-fuss recipes that celebrate your favourite veg, social media sensation Max La Manna delivers simple food with big flavour to keep things quick and easy.

Covering everything from weeknight dinners and comforting one-pots, to sweet treats and instant crowd-pleasers, Max’s book You Can Cook This! embraces the power of plants and shows how anyone can get delicious, veg-packed meals on the table with joy and ease.

Truede – Win sweet and savoury treat bundles


Truede produce natural Turkish Delight and luxury confectionery products.

The prizes are:

  • 1x 300g Rose & Lemon, 1x 300g Mixed Flavour and 1x 300g Mixed Nut Turkish Delight (3 x bundles)
  • 1x 275g Rose with Rose Petals Turkish Delight, 1x 54g Chocolate Spoons (3 x bundles)
  • 1x 54g Chocolate Spoons (2 x bundles)
  • 5 x 30g Chickpeas in 5 different flavours (Sea Salt & Vinegar, BBQ, Cappuccino & Dark Chocolate, Coconut & Dark Chocolate, and Chilli Nachos)

Charles Dowding – Win a book bundle


Charles Dowding is a gardener who uses the No Dig approach, which is great for the environment as well as an effective way to grow nutritious fruit and vegetables.

One winner will win three of Charles’ books: his book No Dig offers instructions on how to set up your own No Dig plot, while No Dig Cookbook is packed full of recipes using seasonal vegetables as well as tips on how to grow them. Charles’ No Dig Children’s Gardening Book is ideal for getting young children into gardening.

Vegetarian Society Cookery School – Win a digital cookery class bundle


Learn from the experts in veggie food with an online class bundle from the Vegetarian Society Cookery School. From vegan street food to mouth-watering summer dishes, these online classes can be watched in your own time and will show you how to make incredible plant-based recipes.

Visit the Vegetarian Society Cookery School

The competitions are open to all UK residents with the exception of employees and their families of the Vegetarian Society of the United Kingdom and the companies that have contributed a prize and anyone connected with the competitions.

The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into relating to the result of the competitions.

Only one entry per competition per person.

Entries must be received by the date specified on the competition.

The prize winner(s) will be chosen at random from the correct entries received by the date specified.

No cash or other alternative will be offered in lieu of the prize. The Vegetarian Society accepts no responsibility for any entries lost or not received or actions of companies outside of the Vegetarian Society.

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If you are contacted by the Vegetarian Society as a winner, you have 28 days to respond to claim the prize. If you do not respond within 28 days of first being contacted about the prize, you will forfeit the prize and the Vegetarian Society will reserve the right to draw another winner (who will have 28 days from being contacted to respond).

  • I’ve been vegan for decades because I don’t need to kill things to stay alive. I don’t want their blood on my hands and I want to live with nature and not against nature. It’s the most punk rock thing I’ve done in my life.

    John Robb, musician, music writer, author, TV and radio
  • I chose to change my diet to a vegan one, for animal welfare and environmental reasons, and it’s been a brilliant decision. It’s just a part of my life, I feel better and importantly,  I know my decision is having a really positive impact. Join in this National Vegetarian Week, tuck into some tasty recipes and give it a go too!

    Justin Moorhouse, comedian
  • Eating a diet high in delicious seasonal veg, would not only have a huge impact on curbing carbon emissions but would also give a much needed boost of support for nature and biodiversity (not to mention a boost to our guts).

    Thomasina Miers, cook / co-founder of Wahaca / food writer
  • One of the biggest ways to positively impact the environment is to eat more plant-based meals. We’re supporting National Vegetarian Week as we think that eating plant-based has never been as easy, or as tasty, as it is today!

    Henry & Ian, BOSH!
  • National Vegetarian week is a great time to explore cooking and eating fantastic and varied plant-based meals. There’s never been more options, information and exciting ideas out there to make this a fun and delicious opportunity to eat well and help the planet.

    Eddie Shepherd, award winning modern plant-based chef
  • National Vegetarian Week encourages us, for just one week, to put a spotlight on delicious vegetable-centred meals. We all know we should be eating more vegetables and less meat, fish and dairy, for both our bodies and the planet and now is the time.

    Anna Jones, cook / writer / best selling author
  • I have a lovely recipe that showcases one of my favourite ways to make green veggies! Lots of texture and balanced flavours, I’m super excited to share my recipe with National Vegetarian Week.

    Denai Moore, vegan chef
  • World Pig Week is delighted to support National Vegetarian Week. We’ll never forget the support the Vegetarian Society gave to our launch this year to help keep piggies off plates x It’s so easy to transition these days, with so many tasty and nutritious plant-based alternatives. There’s absolutely no justification to support the barbaric livestock industry. If you love animals, please stop eating them!

    World Pig Week
  • A beautiful week that anyone can get involved with. Adopting a more plant based diet is one of the most powerful things we can do as an individual to help turn the tide on the Climate Crisis. We all need to think more about the food we eat and where it comes from, getting involved in a week like this is a great place to start and a tasty one too.

    Ceallach Spellman, actor/presenter
  • Being vegetarian or even deciding to eat less meat, is such a simple, personal and positive step to helping the environment. Feel empowered, make a difference, strive for a more plant based diet.

    Michaela Strachan, award-winning TV presenter and author
  • Our aim at Deliciously Ella is to show how delicious, easy, and exciting plant-based food can be, to encourage more people to give a few more veggie meals a go. We’re so proud to support the Vegetarian Society with their mission, which is so aligned to ours.

    Ella Mills, founder of Deliciously Ella
  • National Vegetarian Week is a great chance to focus on vegetable-based dishes and share enticing recipes. And hopefully encourage us to incorporate more plant-based food in our diets, which is better for our own health and the planet.

    Jackie Kearney, MasterChef finalist and award-winning author
  • Food is love. It connects us to our family and friends but also to our local and global food producers and even nature through our food web. Reconnecting with our food in this way can help us make the best choices for our personal and planetary health whilst even improving our food experiences and the taste of our food.

    Eco-Chef Tom Hunt
  • Reducing the amount of meat in our diet benefits our health and the health of the planet. National Vegetarian Week is a fantastic opportunity to challenge yourself to make plants centre stage for a week. Having so many delicious recipes to try, makes it easy and manageable. Enjoy!

    Annabelle Randles, Founder of The Flexitarian, cook / food writer
  • I’m incredibly honoured to be a supporter for NVW. It means a lot for me to be able to share my recipes with NVW. If you eat plant-based 365 days a year or you’re looking for more veg on your plate, my recipes are for everyone and anyone. Thank you for the work of Vegetarian Society and happy NVW!

    Max La Manna, low-waste chef / award-winning author
  • Whether you’re a devout vegan or a carnivore who enjoys a graze on the green side, delicious vegetarian food shouldn’t be about trying to mimic meat dishes or relegating them to the ‘sides’ section of the menu, we should be celebrating the vast selection of veggies available to us in all their colourful and nutritious glory.

    Kwoklyn Wan, TV chef and best-selling author
  • There’s so much incredible vegetarian and vegan food and I think it’s so exciting how many people are seeing that too!

    Kim-Joy, Great British Bake Off star
  • Will you join me this National Vegetarian Week?
    It’s so easy and so very rewarding…we can all be fabulously kind to the planet by eating more delicious veggie food. Please give it a try, for me…thank you!

    Dame Joanna Lumley
  • Helping the environment can feel overwhelming, but each of us can make a difference, and it’s easy to do. By reducing or cutting out meat, we can lower our carbon footprint, helping the planet and all its occupants. That’s why I am supporting National Vegetarian Week. Sign up, try some of the delicious vegetarian recipes, and know you’re having a positive impact!

    Chris Packham, wildlife TV presenter & conservationist
  • National Vegetarian Week is a great chance to explore the delicious ways we can use fruit and veg to create something amazing!

    Jordan Pomerance, Young MasterChef’s vegan finalist