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Is soy safe? Why is soy in so many vegan products? What prompted Forager Project to release soy milk? Your questions—and more—answered.
There is no evidence that consuming soy will make you grow breasts. Dairy, on the other hand, probably could.
University of Leeds researchers studied the carbon footprints of 3,000 foods to find that non-vegetarians produce 59 percent more greenhouse gas emissions than vegetarians.
Starting in January, Copenhagen’s celebrated restaurant Geranium is taking all land animals off the menu.
What do the 50 million turkeys killed for Thanksgiving dinner say about our ethics?
A new government report finds that lobster, octopuses, and crabs all experience pain, prompting the UK to change its welfare laws around these animals.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams is now the mayor of New York City, the first vegan person to be elected to the office.
World leaders at COP26 were presented with a “plant-forward” menu labeled with carbon footprints to bring awareness to how different foods impact the environment. With their damage on display, beef and bacon were still at the top of the menu.
The first State of the Industry Report of the alternative seafood sector shows it raised $116 million in capital in the last six months, making it well-positioned to capitalize on the momentum of the broader vegan meat category.
LaRayia’s Bodega will serve grab-and-go vegan meals in Atlanta’s Ponce City Market and provide free meals to communities in need at nearby Woodruff Park.
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A new study published in scientific journal Nature Food confirms that meat production accounts for 60 percent of food-related greenhouse gas emissions, which are double that of plant-based food.
A new study found that although a keto diet promotes quick weight loss, it also significantly increases the risk of heart disease, kidney failure, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, and cancer.
Starting this fall, four Berlin universities will replace 96 percent of meat on their menus with plant-forward options to help reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Qatar will likely become the second country to allow the sale of lab-grown chicken produced by GOOD Meat, a subsidiary brand of JUST Egg-maker Eat Just.
Miyoko’s Creamery filed the lawsuit after the California Department of Food and Agriculture demanded the brand remove “dairy” and “butter” from its clearly vegan labeled packaging and take down a photo of a woman hugging a rescued cow from its website.
Monty’s Good Burger, known as LA’s vegan version of In-N-Out Burger, has launched its vegan take on the classic fried chicken sandwich.
Hellmann’s vegan bacon mayo, along with garlic and chipotle flavors, are only available until September in select retailers across Canada.
A panel of three judges strikes down the pork industry’s attempt to overturn California’s Prop 12—a law that mandates minimum space requirements for farmed animals.
The Berkeley City Council passes a resolution to phase out the amount of animal products the city purchases to move toward serving fully vegan meals.
To encourage consumers to try a vegan alternative to traditional chicken while prices are skyrocketing, Alpha Foods is countering the cost increase of chicken by dropping the price of its own vegan chicken nuggets.
After mounting pressure from 170 organizations and concerned citizens in an “End the Cage Age” initiative, the European Union will phase out the use of cages in animal agriculture, affecting 300 million animals, by 2027.
Vegan climate activist Greta Thunberg points out the hypocrisy of world leaders dining on steak and lobster dinners while making promises to slash greenhouse gas emissions at the G7 summit in Cornwall.
Cargill CEO David MacLennan is fully aware that vegan meat is the future.
The EU rejects Amendment 165 which aimed to further restrict plant-based products from using terms such as “cheese alternative.”
Vegan drag queen Bimini Bon-Boulash is helping to kickstart London’s economy as the city’s COVID-19 restrictions are loosened and restaurants and other hospitality venues begin to reopen.