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Fry Family Food Co has launched a brand new vegan burger, set to rival Beyond Meat

International vegan food brand The Fry Family Food Co. is bringing its much-loved quarter pounder Big Fry Burger to the UK, just in time for Veganuary. Fry’s namesake burger, which has been three years in the making, will hit the shelves of 312 Sainsbury’s stores across the UK at the end of December, and already has the […]


Free e-book designed to help you advocate for veganism

Activist Earthling Ed has launched a new, free e-book entitled ‘30 non-vegan excuses & how to respond to them’. 122 pages designed to equip you with the knowledge and communication tips that you need to positively and confidently advocate for veganism. “I made this e-book with the goal of creating a resource that vegans can […]


Brazil is famous for its meat consumption. But vegetarianism is soaring…

The number of vegetarians in Brazil doubled over a six-year period, which has given rise to a booming plant-based industry that is seeking to turn meatpacking plants obsolete. Click here to read the full story from the New York Times.

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Watch the latest JVS live video: KLBD vegan roadshow

On 22nd December 2020 JVS Live welcomew Sharon Feldman-Vazan, Retail Food and Drink Manager at KLBD worldwide kosher certification. Sharon shared her wealth of knowledge on the certification process as well as new certified vegan products coming on to the market. A big thank you to Sharon for creating a special vegan version of the roadshow […]


World’s largest meat trade show welcomes meat alternatives

As a sign of the changing times, the IFFA—a trade show that gathers players in the global meat industry—will showcase meat-free technologies in its upcoming 2022 show, writes Anna Starostinetskaya for VegNews. The IFFA (the world’s largest meat industry trade show) will welcome innovation in the plant-based and cell-based meat space at its upcoming show […]

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What trends should we expect to see for Veganuary 2021 and beyond?

The UK is the largest consumer and purchaser of plant-based milk, meat, cheese and ready meals in Europe, according to the Vegan Society. One in three people in the UK have stopped, or reduced their meat consumption, and 25% of evening meals in the UK are now vegetarian or vegan, writes Louise Palmer Masterton, founder […]


Celebrating miracles at Chanukah

Hope springs eternal. Indeed, it’s always been an integral part of Jewish history, spirituality, and politics. Without hope, there wouldn’t be a Chanukah; without hope, there might not even be a Jewish community. That’s the power of radical hope! Jewish survival is a miracle of hope. Increasing light at the darkest time of the year […]

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Book Review – Vegan Revolution: Saving Our World, Revitalizing Judaism

2020 has been a unique year of challenges: coronavirus, climate change, human and animal suffering on a global scale, social justice issues…  And yet, amidst all these difficulties, one voice stands out with a solution which, if adopted, could be a roadmap to better solutions. Solutions that are both ancient and wise. Where the twin […]

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Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

We are sharing the very moving words of our friends at Jewish Initiative for Animals… Baruch Dayan Ha’emet. We mourn the loss of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, one of the world’s most renowned and respected leaders who, among his many influential contributions to Jewish life, strove to elucidate and apply Torah’s essential teachings about compassion […]


JVS to host Virtual vegan roadshow with KLBD on 22nd Dec

Learn about the newest KLBD certified, vegan products, and get discounts on many KLBD products. Join JVS and the KLBD for the virtual vegan roadshow. To book, please email [email protected] with the subject line ‘KLBD vegan roadshow’. We will email you the Zoom login details a few hours before the event. – See and hear about the […]

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