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Thus he became a vegetarian. The food is easy, but what about other things?

I also want to avoid animal products personal care items. Soap, shaving gel, shampoo, etc. Is there a "normal" vegan brands, or do I have to go to Whole Foods and get the completely natural material that costs five times more? (I'm poor) I'm sure there are other things that have never thought that it is not vegan, like a photographic film or gel cap-medicine. Prefer not limited to natural food stores due to cost, but is there anything out there that is not based on animal products? I understand this is a question quite comprehensive, but if someone has all the resources - books or websites - they are reliable and a good list of vegan and Vegan Non-food items not on Please let me know. Thank you.

I'm poor too. And vegan. It is a pity that you do not live in Hawaii, cuz if you did, you could teach the trade be a saver! vegan end ... Costco will have plenty of things you need foodwise - including organic, organic soy milk, other vegetables, vegetables, beans, etc. Most products out there are vegan. I get my shampoos and soaps, toothpasts, shaving cream, whatever, of K-Mart or a local pharmacy. I to stay away from gel caps when it comes to medications www.veganwolf.com Go to an indicative list of products commonly used in non-vegan products. I know. It is much to remember. Just look for what is obviously more at first. Did you know that the cochineal extract to be found in some drinks and fruit cups used as red dye comes from the crushed bodies of thousands of dead beetles? O castor oil comes from beaver genitals? Yes .. It really is a world in which disease So we live .. I think the veganwolf website will help a lot. It is a great reference guide. If you ever read the ingredients on something and see something that looks suspicious, just to go to the website under "ingredients to avoid and see if it's there. --------------------------- Oh, by the way .. I was looking at the comments of others put and how they talk about vegan products be expensive ... Do not listen to them. Seriously. I am a poor college student and I DO NOT WORK! And I can afford all the great products vegan time .. Do you have a Grocery Outlet near you? They just have 'em on the west coast, but before they closed down here, I used to buy most my vegan organic things from there. They had a lot of stuff for only $ 2. I am 100% vegan, but like 50% organic. If it's organic, then well, but if not, then you will not really matter. So if you're in the same way, should be very easy for you to find cheap products vegan. SERIOUSLY. As for soaps, just get the type of gel foam, no bar soaps, as most of them are made of fat, and vegan bar soaps are more expensive. If you get the kind that comes in a bottle, they are usually cheap - especially if you get in a place like K-Mart, as I mentioned earlier. clothing store shop second hand. I Savers, Salvation Army and Goodwill where I am. They have tons of non-vegan clothing for under $ 5. As for the shoes .. Go to Payless Shoes. They vegan a lot of casual and dress shoes. I have my boyfriend's leather shoes imitation of them for only $ 10, and look good. Send a message via Yahoo Replies, if you have further questions and I'll be more than happy to answer them for you. Good luck! : D

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Interview with Jacqui Rosshandler - eatwhatever

I am personally interested in the stories of people starting up a company, why they did take the change, what did make them make the jump etc.

Today, I talked to Jacqui Rosshandler, (March 20, 1982), an Australian living in the USA.  Jacqui Rosshandler is the CEO and Co-Founder of Jacquean Products. She has bachelor degrees in Law and Performing Arts and decided to become her own boss on the first day of 2007.

Her product is eatwhatever, it is an incredible new breath freshener. Mints and gum merely mask stinky breath whereas eatwhatever eliminates it.

Website: www.eat-whatever.com


What was the reason you decided to startup your own company?
I was working as in-house counsel for an event and interior design company. I was loving it but working so hard and knew I’d never be able to really reap the rewards of all my hard work whilst working for someone else so I decided it was time to take control of my own destiny and start my own company.

What were the main obstacles you encountered launching your idea/company?
It was the first product I had ever sought to have made and I didn’t know the “language” to describe what I wanted. So, I would approach people and sound a little crazy and inexperienced. But, after a while, you start to learn the correct terms for things and you get to know others in the business and everything becomes easier.
It’s also a little scary to try and start making a new product when all your competitors are huge multi-nationals. Many people told me I was mad, so I had to block that out and believe in myself which is a very difficult thing to do when you start out.

My company makes a breath freshener that is extremely effective as well as being cute and fun to use. It’s all about freedom – the freedom to eat the things you love without hesitation and then go out and be confident that you smell amazing.

It’s a 2 step process to achieving kissable breath – first you swallow a vegan gel cap filled with organic oils then you suck on a sugar-free mint. The gel caps’ organic peppermint and parsley oils dissolve in the stomach providing you with fresh breath from within whilst the mint provides instant freshness in the mouth.
Eatwhatever is vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free and filled with organic oils.

Image of the eatcwhatever product

What innovation your company is offering to the customers, what is the added value of your company?

What are, in your opinion, the success keys of your startup?
The product really works.
You don’t have to believe in it, it’s not spiritual, it’s not like a vitamin – you literally take it and within minutes you smell and feel fresh. If you drink champagne, you may do a little peppermint burp.
It’s truly amazing stuff.

What are the possibilities for your company with this crisis?, what are your motivators?
At the end of the day, everyone still needs fresh breath. They still need to go to interviews; they still need romance in their lives so sales in breath fresheners have been pretty steady this year. Also, when larger companies are cutting down on PR and marketing, it provides small businesses like mine the opportunity to market and advertise at a better price.
What would you like to see the government will do to push innovation and young entrepreneurs?
I keep reading about all of these SBA loans that the government has created but then when I approach the banks (who are supposed to provide these loans) they hardly ever participate in the programs. It’s very disappointing. I’d like to see the government insist that the banks (who they bailed out!), actually provide these loans to small businesses that need them.

How do you see/handle expansion to other countries or do you stay local?
I have barely expanded outside of New York City so I have a lot of area to cover in the United States, particularly in California where I think they will love eatwhatever.
Having said that, I have been approached by people from India and Southern Africa to Canada and the UK to sell and distribute eatwhatever so hopefully the product will be available all over the world sometime soon.

Contact Information
To contact Jacqui Rosshandler, to give feedback or ask question, please visit the blog: http://frederikvanlierde.wordpress.com/2009/07/28/jacqui-rosshandler-jacquean-products-eatwhatever/

About the Author

Owner of Blue Oceans group, a private investment company. Frederik is interested in people starting up business.

With his experience and network, he tries to help or invest them as much as possible:
Website: http://www.BlueOceansGroup.com

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