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From food photographers to YouTubers with millions of subscribers, these foodie-centric accounts helmed by vegan Asians and Pacific Islanders are a must follow.
The Vegan Association of Turkey is suing the country’s university council for ignoring vegan students’ right to healthy, balanced food options in its 205 university dining halls.
Change Foods is on a mission to replicate casein—the main dairy protein in cheese making—by using precision fermentation instead of cows.
Actor James Cromwell joins a growing list of celebrities—including Alicia Silverstone and Sir Paul McCartney—who are calling upon Starbucks to drop its vegan milk upcharge.
This Mother’s Day, the longtime vegan actress and activist Alicia Silverstone is putting animal moms in the spotlight and urging fans to help shut down factory farms.
Billie Eilish is bringing together activists, musicians, and fashion designers for the Overheated climate event to discuss the climate crisis and their work to make a difference.
Miyoko’s Creamery, Animal Outlook, and Mercy For Animals combine efforts to launch a unique toolkit for farmers interested in transitioning from animal agriculture to plant-focused farming.
Seth Tibbott and Miyoko Schinner look back at Earth Day’s beginnings, how it influenced their vegan brands, and share their visions for a greener future.
From low-waste living tips to gorgeous sustainable fashion suggestions, these activists and influencers are helping us live greener than ever.
In a second collaboration with Nike, Billie Eilish is redesigning the iconic Air Force 1 sneakers to be vegan and sustainable, and launching a matching apparel collection, too.
Turns out, turkeys can fly. Plus, 11 other interesting facts to celebrate these social and intelligent birds.
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From animal rescue efforts to independent vegan restaurant donations, these efforts prove that we all can make a difference in Ukraine from abroad.
After fleeing his home, veterinarian Vladyslav Matviichuk set up a makeshift hospital in his parents’ kitchen to help animals in Kyiv.
These badass, women-owned, vegan companies are changing the world one compassionate product at a time.
In a new ruling, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania is directing the state’s District Attorney to prosecute Martin Farms—a former Nestlé dairy supplier—for animal cruelty charges.
These Black plant-based bloggers, CEOs, YouTubers, and incredible chefs leave us endlessly inspired with their vibrant accounts.
From vegan Jamaican patties to superfood drink mixes, these Black-owned brands are doing what they do best: creating vegan food while empowering their communities.
To date, UK-based brand VFC, co-founded in 2020 by Veganuary’s Matthew Glover, has raised more than $14 million to fund its mission of replacing chickens in the food system with vegan alternatives.
After popping up in Los Angeles’ Leimert Park neighborhood for over a decade, Baba’s Vegan Cafe is now a brick-and-mortar soul food eatery.
The vegan trend continues in 2022 and these upcoming books are part of the reason why.
From KFC’s new meatless fried chicken to Cold Stone Creamery’s first non-dairy ice cream, we’re serving up the best in vegan food news of the week.
The Veganuary campaign—which has amassed 2 million sign-ups to date—is now seeing someone new pledging to go vegan every few seconds.
In 2022, Starbucks UK will no longer charge extra for any of its plant-based milk to encourage customers to make sustainable choices.
Italy, the mecca of high fashion, votes to end fur farming and shut down its mink farms within six months.
Billie Eilish’s mom, Maggie Baird, has a Christmas list filled with sustainable vegan gifts that give back to those in need and help promote a better future for this planet.
Fur is no longer in fashion, literally and figuratively, as media empire ELLE bans the cruel animal material from its pages across 45 editions, a move that reaches 175 million readers worldwide.
Tanya Flink and Rachel Krantz