As a vegan business owner, you need to protect your business assets just as much as you protect your ideals and the rights of animals. Here’s a brief overview of how vegan business insurance protects you and your company’s mission.
Types of Businesses
All businesses need insurance for financial protection, but it’s best to get a plan that’s specifically tailored to your industry. Vegan businesses that can be covered under insurance include:
- Food production
- Manufacturing of vegan goods
- Market stands, festivals and events
Nonprofits, home-based businesses and other types of organizations can also benefit from a tailored insurance plan.
Types of Insurance
Unfortunately, there isn’t one vegan business insurance policy that takes care of everything. You need a comprehensive plan to fully cover your specific business. Some basic types of insurance are:
- General liability
- Product liability
- Food contamination
- Commercial auto
- Equipment breakdown
- Vendor insurance
- Workers’ compensation
Other insurance plans such as utility disruption, cyber liability and employee practices liability can be added to your policy depending on your needs.
Is Your Vegan Business Fully Covered?
Check with your vegan business insurance provider to make sure you have all the coverage you need. Don’t review your plan only after bad things happen. Stay on top of your insurance needs to keep your business fully protected.