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New Anti-Factory Farm Campaign in Subway Stations

The Factory Farming Awareness Coalition won advertisement space in Bart subway stations throughout the Bay Area and will launch the campaign next month.

Next month, the Factory Farming Awareness Coalition will reveal its anti-factory farm campaign in 40 subway stations and 120 subway cars in the Bay Area. The northern California-based nonprofit recently won second place in the BART Blue Sky contest after 800 votes via Facebook secured its place. The organization, formerly known as the Coalition to Fight Factory Farming, has been educating students, communities, and organizations since 2010 about the widespread ecological, health, and ethical repercussions of factory farming. The new campaign will launch in September.

Mosa Meat to Debut Slaughter-Free Meat by 2020

The European company that made the first lab-grown hamburger—for a cost of $325,000—will soon debut on menus at upscale restaurants.
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Grass is Running Out for Grass-Fed Beef

High demand for what consumers think is healthier cow meat, along with climate change, is creating a shortage in nutritious grass.
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Impossible Burger Prompts Eatery to Offer Vegan Options

After overwhelming interest in its newest menu item, Hell's Kitchen Minneapolis launches vegan buns and designates non-meat cooktops for the Impossible Burger.
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Plant-Based Acquisitions Quadrupled in 2017

Companies such as Nestlé, Maple Leaf Foods, and General Mills continue to diversify their portfolios with profitable plant-based brands.
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Vegan Senator Cory Booker Launches Podcast

The senator launched his Lift Every Voice podcast on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to elevate the voices of activists fighting for social justice.
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