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New documentary “Meat Me Halfway” explores an approachable path to reducing meat consumption

The path to going plant-based has obvious upsides, but it can also be isolating and difficult. A new documentary titled MEAT ME HALFWAY from Executive Producer Madelaine Petsch and leader of the Reducetarian Movement Brian Kateman explores the middle ground for people looking to make a change without totally upending their lives. MEAT ME HALFWAY debuts on […]

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European Parliament votes in favour of caged farming ban by 2027

‘The European Parliament Committee just voted overwhelmingly in favor of a caged animal farming ban. The non-binding resolution was announced on June 10, 2021. It suggests the phasing out of caged animal farming by at least 2027. This follows a landslide vote by Parliament in favor of a ban, with 558 votes for, 85 abstaining, […]

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Israel becomes first country to bans sale of fur to fashion industry

Fantastic news from Israel as they become the first country in the world to ban the sale of fur to the fashion an industry, a historic milestone that will save countless animal’s lives. Read the full story over on Jerusalem Post.

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Eco-conscious cleaning product start-up Wilton London set for growth with Ocado listing

Sustainable cleaning brand, Wilton London has announced a national listing with grocery retailer Ocado, who will stock all 11 of the B-Corp brand’s botanical, eco-friendly and plant-based clever cleaning products. The new listing gives the growing start-up a national grocery footprint and means that consumers across the country will be able to add Wilton London’s […]

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Family kitchen table conversations turn to environment, with 61 per cent of families talking more about the topic over the last 12 months

Ahead of world environment day tomorrow, new research has revealed that family dinner time conversations now turn to environment, with 61 per cent of families talking more about climate change, plant-based eating and food waste than ever before. And it’s kids driving the conversation – incredibly, almost four in 10 children have tried to persuade […]

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Plant-based food brand The Fry Family Food Co has been awarded a gold medal at the Free From Food Awards

Family-owned, plant-based food brand, The Fry Family Food Co, was awarded a gold medal at the Free From Food Awards last week. With more than 600 overall entries into this year’s awards, Fry’s Rice Protein & Chia Nuggets emerged victorious in the Vegan Snacks & Meal Ideas category, after judges labelled the product “very good”, […]

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Planty launches its first crowdfunder!

Our friends at Planty who produce delicious and healthy vegan ready meals, delivered straight to your door, are gearing up to launch their first ever crowdfunder. Here’s what they had to say about it: ‘We are super excited to announce that we’ll be launching our very first crowdfunding campaign in a few week’s time. This […]

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Jewish entrepeneur secures $2 million investment in NuMilk plant milk maker

Looking for a machine that makes fresh nut milk, minus packaging and additives? Look no further. US  based entrepeneur Ari Tolwin has landed $2 million dollar backing for his nut milk maker Nu Milk. Click here to read the full story. To learn more, visit www.numilk.com.

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Kosher vegan restaurant opens in the East End of London

We are very excited to discover the creation of Food Map Co, a kosher-certified vegan. Click here to read the full story on the JC website.

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Animals to be formally recognised as sentient beings in UK law

‘Animals are to be formally recognised as sentient beings in UK law for the first time, in a victory for animal welfare campaigners, as the government set out a suite of animal welfare measures including halting most live animal exports and banning the import of hunting trophies.’ Read the full story in the Guardian.

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