VegNews Daily

Celebrities Share Stories of Mistreated Animals

Farm Sanctuary presents the stories of battered farm animals in a web series narrated by Hollywood stars.

Farm Sanctuary has just launched Animal Tales, a new web series that features Hollywood stars sharing some of the farm’s most fascinating and touching stories of animals that have overcome cruel treatment and abuse. Farm Sanctuary President Gene Baur believes that many people are not aware of the merciless conditions of most farms in the United States, and he hopes that Animal Tales will help people achieve a deeper understanding for the lives of farm animals. The series will feature celebrities such as Juno actress Allison Janney, Parenthood actor John Corbett, and Spanglish actress Téa Leoni.

Photo via Talk of the Hill

Dairy Industry Says Dairy is Great for Kids

A dairy industry-funded study found that dairy has health benefits for children amidst plant-based milk boom.
Read More »

Entire Town Gives Pepperoni Roll a Vegan Makeover

Every bakery in West Virginia's Marion County will swap out all of the animal products in traditional local dish, the pepperoni roll, for plant-based ingredients by 2018.
Read More »

Student Fights Against On-Campus Slaughterhouse

Colorado State University student Austin Joseph rejects plan for JBS—the world's largest meat producer—to set up slaughterhouse at the school's Fort Collins campus
Read More »

Quorn Gets Official Vegan Certification

UK's biggest meatless brand will now clearly label all of its vegan products.
Read More »

Wheat Protein to Reach $2 Billion by 2025

Despite the gluten-free craze, demand for meat alternatives is driving the value of seitan's main ingredient through the roof.
Read More »

This Week on VegNews TV: The secret to these delightful sweet treats is white beans! Aylin Erman shows you how to make these simple blondies.

More Videos »