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Paul McCartney Helps Fellow Musician Go Meat-Free

Mark Ronson is an English musician and music producer who recently went vegetarian.

Mark Ronson may best be known as a British music producer who is working with Paul McCartney on his new album, but he’s making headlines for his recent decision to ditch meat. Ronson told Mojo magazine that hanging out with Beatles star Paul McCartney included free vegetarian meals. After enjoying the cruelty-free fare, Ronson felt the benefits of going meat-free, citing greater energy and gaining a bit of insight into McCartney’s choice to go veg. "Did the experience (of working with McCartney) change me? Yes, it turned me into a vegetarian! … You have more energy, which you can see every day in Paul, he's so driven,” Ronson tells the magazine.

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