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Beyond Eggs Gets Approving Nod From Tech Site

Motherboard’s feature on the egg replacer is one more example of Silicon Valley’s high hopes for plant-based food.

Beyond Eggs recently received financial backing by venture capitalists, sparking excitement at the possibility of moving away from factory farming and toward sustainable, plant-based food. Motherboard, an online tech publication launched by the popular Vice Magazine, featured Beyond Eggs in a recent article, laying out the ethical, environmental, and health benefits of vegan eggs––and calling them better than their hen-born counterparts. According to Motherboard, Beyond Eggs experimented with 344 prototypes from 287 plants before landing on the pea, canola, and sunflower lecithin-based formula it’s perfecting now. In a taste test, Bill Gates couldn’t tell the difference between conventional eggs and the cholesterol, gluten, and cruelty-free eggs. Once released, Beyond Eggs will be 19-percent cheaper than chicken eggs.

Baileys Releases Vegan Irish Cream

Almond milk-based beverage Almande is Baileys foray into growing dairy-free market.
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Sia Gives $100,000 to Animal-Loving Survivor Contestant

Fan-favorite Tai Trang won over viewers’ hearts when he adopted Mark the chicken as a companion animal, saving him from being eaten by fellow contestants.
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UK’s First-Ever Vegan Billboards Go Up

Billboards displaying slogans such as “Vegan because my milk is for my babies not for you” are plastered around the city of Bristol, England.
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New Documentary Follows People with "Veggie-Full Lives"

From a vegan rapper to a pair of butchers, MorningStar Farms’ new film explores the ways everyday people are making more veg-friendly choices.
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First Vegan Burger to be Sold Alongside Meat Debuts

Beyond Meat has invested more than seven years of research into the making of this new “breathtaking” option, dubbed “plant-based burger 5.0.”
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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.

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