Your Ultimate Source for All‑Things
Get the world's #1 plant‑based magazine
For the first time in its 13-year history, New York’s Climate Week is finally talking about food.
Startup Atlast partners with Whitecrest Mushrooms to grow 3 million pounds of vegan mushroom bacon on less than one acre of land.
Israel-based Plantish is challenging the $50 billion salmon industry with the world’s first whole-cut vegan filet that delivers the same taste, texture, and nutrition without harming a single fish.
Olympian Miles Chamley-Watson is known for disrupting the status quo in his sport of fencing and his new partnership with Daring Foods aims to topple the broken chicken industry with realistic vegan chicken.
Mercedes-Benz’s new VISION EQXX electric car reduces its carbon footprint by 50 percent by replacing leather with animal-free materials.
The Veganuary campaign—which has amassed 2 million sign-ups to date—is now seeing someone new pledging to go vegan every few seconds.
Choosing vegan cheese instead of dairy is a sustainable move according to Violife’s new life cycle analysis.
China’s growing meat consumption per capita is leading to higher ammonia emissions, a pollutant that has been linked to 90,000 premature deaths according to a joint study between Chinese University and Britain’s University of Exeter.
In 2022, Starbucks UK will no longer charge extra for any of its plant-based milk to encourage customers to make sustainable choices.
Future Meat Technologies’ historic $347 million Series B round shows that meat giants like Tyson are continuing to support the growth of cultured meat.
Recycling saves the planet (and its inhabitants) and is great for tight budgets.
Never miss out on exclusive stories, recipes, and giveaways
The world’s #1 plant-based magazine, delivered to your mailbox and inbox
Popular fashion brands Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger have partnered with vegan mushroom leather company Ecovative to bring plastic- and animal-free materials to the fashion world.
Amy’s Drive-Thru—where anything from burgers to milkshakes can be ordered vegan—is embarking on a massive expansion that will see 25 to 30 locations of the vegetarian drive-thru by 2027.
In the coming months, Coolhaus will become the first ice cream brand to fully transition to animal-free dairy using Perfect Day’s animal-free whey.
By 2023, TCHO will become an entirely vegan chocolate brand, replacing its dairy products with indulgent plant-based alternatives as part of a major sustainability move.
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.
Beef production is a known driver of deforestation but a new report outlines the links between leather and Amazon destruction.
Former CEO David Hoffmann got the Beyond Sausage Breakfast Sandwich on the menu at Dunkin’. Now, he’s betting that vegan bacon brand Hooray Foods will reach thousands of quick-service restaurants.
SNL’s weekly segment “Weekend Update” welcomes Mother Earth who says that in order to fight climate change, we must ditch meat and coal.
The United Nations’ COP26 climate conference skirted around the most pressing issue: animal agriculture. Here’s what happened and how we can do better.
French luxury brand Louis Vuitton’s first sustainable and gender neutral shoe, the Charlie, is made with vegan corn leather.
Impossible Foods is launching Impossible Meatballs—a blend of Impossible Burger and Impossible Sausage—at 3,000 Walmart stores.
Turns out, turkeys can fly. Plus, 11 other interesting facts to celebrate these social and intelligent birds.
Hooray Foods’ hyperrealistic vegan bacon is rolling out to 180 locations of Sobeys, Safeway, and Thrifty Foods in Ontario and British Columbia.
Sushi-grade vegan tuna made by Kuleana is one of TIME’s top 100 best inventions of 2021 and the San Francisco-based startup is just getting started.
He’s saving the world one Oscar speech and vegan investment at a time.