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This popular grocery chain carries everything from cashew cheese to vegan chunky chocolate chip cookies. You just need to know what to look for.
From recognizing what it means to face systemic racism to promoting the work of Black vegan activists who inspire you, your support and understanding can make a difference.
These all-vegan coffee shops serve an endless array of vegan milk options and freshly baked doughnuts, cakes slices, and breakfast bagels via takeout and curbside pickup.
Plant-based living is taking the world by storm, and even international weddings are getting a vegan makeover. In the beautiful English countryside, Rohini Bajekal and Siddhant Singh celebrated their love in extravagant fashion.
The brand’s new Farm Stand Cauliflower Burger is made from produce sourced from New Jersey and New York farms and 100 percent of proceeds from the vegan burger will go to benefit the struggling farming community.
From spreading the word on social media to supporting vegan seafood companies, you can save fish in more ways than just keeping them off your plate.
Online resource VeganLiftz is looking for self-professed carnivores from Mississippi, Iowa, Nebraska, Texas, and Indiana—the nation’s top five meat-eating states—to participate in a plant-based transformation that pays.
While 413 vegan venues closed since the onset of the pandemic, 517 new restaurants have opened, according to vegan resource HappyCow.
As farmed animal sanctuaries struggle to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic, a handy guide shows people the facilities across the country that are currently offering volunteer opportunities, as well as ones that are open for visits and donations.
From non-dairy ice cream to meatless chicken tenders, America’s favorite store has a plethora of options for vegans.
“Regan Russell spent the final moments of her life providing comfort to pigs who had never experienced the touch of a kind hand,” Phoenix said about the vegan activist, who was killed giving water to animals as they headed for slaughter.
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Green Sushi offers plant-based sushi such as Spicy Kimchi Crab, Jackfruit Tuna Rolls, and Spicy Supreme Inari, along with house-made vegan cake for dessert.
A large number of retailers are selling “k-leather” soccer shoes without repercussions despite a statewide ban.
The 28-year-old driver of a pig transport truck is charged with Careless Driving Causing Death in connection with the fatal injury of animal-rights activist Regan Russell.
Catskill Animal Sanctuary is pivoting its fundraising efforts by hosting its own version of the Olympic Games—with goats.
The virus behind COVID-19 has now been detected at 24 mink fur farms in the Netherlands.
“The recipe for disaster is surprisingly simple: one animal, one mutation, one human, and a single point of contact,” Michael Webermann, US Executive Director of ProVeg International, said about the pandemic risk posed by intensive animal farming.