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Vegan actress and influencer Tabitha Brown is bringing Kale My Name, her favorite Chicago-based restaurant and bar, to Los Angeles.
Hollywood actor Ashton Kutcher partners with cell-based meat company MeaTech to help accelerate the commercialization of MeaTech’s meat production technologies.
LaRayia’s Bodega will serve grab-and-go vegan meals in Atlanta’s Ponce City Market and provide free meals to communities in need at nearby Woodruff Park.
Formulated with clean ingredients, Black-owned vegan skincare brand JACQ’S is one of Target’s newest featured brands.
While eating hot dogs and processed meats shaves minutes off a healthy life, eating plant-based foods such as peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, vegetables, and legumes is beneficial for health and the environment, study finds.
In a push for sustainability, fashion retailer Old Navy relaunched its classic flip-flops, which are now made from sugarcane.
Amid Los Angeles’ ongoing houseless crisis, The Martha Project—which was just featured on the Rachael Ray Show—provides high-quality, homemade vegan meals to the city’s unhoused population.
Too Good To Go is fighting food waste by partnering with local restaurants to sell discounted excess food that would otherwise go to waste.
Dentist-owned eatery Grilled! features fast-food favorites such as vegan burgers and hotdogs alongside the Latin American-inspired fare.
Black-woman owned Whipped Urban Dessert Lab is donating a portion of sales from its Taste of Freedom flavor to help uplift youth impacted by the criminal justice system.
New vegan sports bar Put Me In Coach will serve a variety of staples such as chicken wings and pizzas alongside plant-based Mexican and Korean fare.
Developed by biodesign startup Geltor, PrimaColl collagen is made using functional proteins and microbial fermentation instead of animal bones, skin, and cartilage.