Vegan Identifier Launches New Website

Vegan Identifier Launches New Website

Atlanta, GA (May 27th, 2016) – Vegan Identifier has announced the unveiling of its new website designed to connect consumers with plant based diets, to local restaurants with vegan options. Vegan Identifier was created in an effort to make vegan dining an easier experience for vegan consumers while promoting vegan approved restaurants. The new web site, located at VeganIdentifier.com, boasts a new look, a new and improved restaurant locator tool, and the ability for restaurants to sign up online. Vegan Identifier is currently centered around the Atlanta metro area and plans to expand to multiple markets across the country.

“Vegan Identifier has been very well received in Atlanta.” reported founder Spencer Pumpelly, “This new website will allow us to rapidly expand into other markets. While Atlanta has a great vegan food scene, there are hidden vegan dishes in places you would never expect. Many restaurants go out of their way to keep at least one vegan option on their menus. We want to make it easier for diners to identify the options no matter where they happen to be. And because each restaurant enters into an agreement with Vegan Identifier before they are listed, vegan consumers can be assured their server will know where to point them.”

Interested restaurants may join the Vegan Identifier network free of charge for a limited time by signing up at veganidentifer.com. Diners looking to eat a great plant based meal can look for the Vegan Identifier logo on the storefront of a participating restaurant to use the locator tool on the new website. For more information follow us online @VeganIdentifier or visit our new website at VeganIdentifier.com.