Vegan-friendly is a term to describe a shop or an eating place. It means that that even though the place is not 100% vegan (e.g. there is meat, dairy, leather or other animal products for sale), they have many items that are suitable for vegans. Vegan-friendliness of a restaurant can also mean that it has special labels to mark vegan dishes on its menu (e.g. with green letter "V"), or that they are prepared to make vegan versions of some non-vegan dishes. Some places can be called vegan-friendly even though they do not mention veganism at all. For example, some coffee shops like Starbucks might be preferred by vegans because they serve coffee with soy milk.