Evidence is growing for the many health benefits of plant-based diets, and organizations like schools and hospitals are already making the switch. Should homeless shelters be next?
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Just like you and I suffer, so do the billions of animals trapped on factory farms and in animal exploitation facilities. If you ask animal rights activist Amy Soranno, doing nothing is no longer an option.
It’s common for ethical vegans to feel discouraged in a world where our beliefs go against the grain. But the way we respond to certain situations can help bridge gaps between people with different ideologies.
Plant-based meat and the fantastic array of proudly “fake” and animal-free meat alternatives are changing the look and the value of protein as we know it.
In the United Kingdom, KFC is making progress for good by signing up to a comprehensive broiler chicken welfare commitment, and seeing a massive demand for its new vegan sandwich test.
Going vegan has never been easier. As grocery stores and restaurants add new vegan options and more information becomes available online, going vegan is the logical answer to anyone looking to stop animal suffering and incorporate more plant-based foods into their diet.
Social media tends to bring out the ugly in a lot of people. That’s no different within the echo chambers of the vegan world. It’s time we vegans stop fighting each other about our petty differences and focus on what’s really important.
The footage shows how well prepared the activists are in response to the highly orchestrated animal cruelty happening inside the farm.
Warning: This might be a hard pill to swallow for some but hear me out. My opinion is not meant to take away from the brilliant and important work being done by meat-eating environmentalists.
A plant-based diet is a great way to improve your overall health and slow down the aging process. There are many different benefits to eating a plant-based diet including fighting off many preventable illnesses associated with consuming animal products.
With remote sensors that optimize water use and crop genetics that selects for heartier grains, the global agricultural industry is using technology to meet the demands of a growing population.
As consumer demand for non-animal proteins increases – for reasons of health, climate impact, and animal suffering – many fast food competitors are putting plant-based food on their menus. McDonald’s is not so fast.
It’s a controversial question. So we put together a comprehensive timeline tracking 24 surveys of vegans over the past 25 years.
Plant-based meat is here to stay. With growing popularity, these cruelty-free options are presenting meat eaters and vegans alike with delicious options on their mission to end animal farming.
In 2018, about 3,000 dairy farms closed across the United States, in part due to the federal government’s lack of interest in the well-being of small farms. Could plant-based milk be the future of small, local farming?
Veganism and animal rights deserve more coverage in the mainstream media. But the fact that veganism makes people confront the consequences of their choices prevents widespread coverage.
Beyond Meat IPO’s is ringing all kinds of bells. Shares soared 167% on its debut last week. The valuation: $3.8 billion. What’s next for Wall Street’s freshest face?
In his latest TEDx Talk, Earthling Ed pulls the rug out from under the entire modern food system, leaving us with one lingering question. Why are we just hearing about this now?
A person following a vegan diet is certainly healthier than someone who consumes animal products. However, being vegan by default doesn’t automatically make you healthy. Understanding vegan nutrition is key to staying healthy as a vegan.
In a recent post, CEO of NCBA lists all the different reasons why they are not afraid of beef substitutes and how much effort they are putting into countering the threat of beef substitutes, which, again, they are not afraid of at all.
Clara Foods plans to bring the world’s first vegan egg white to market in the next year, addressing the massive unmet consumer demand for animal-free products.
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