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For not being vegan, we’ve lost count of how many vegan burgers Snoop Dogg has both enjoyed and given away to surprised fans.
Beloved vegan brand Matt + Nat is making its handbags even more sustainable, starting with its Studio 901 collection, made from the waste recovered from the apple juice industry.
Impossible Cheeseburgers dethrone crispy chicken sandwiches as the top order of 2021 on Grubhub, where the popularity of meatless burgers is up by 442 percent.
By 2023, TCHO will become an entirely vegan chocolate brand, replacing its dairy products with indulgent plant-based alternatives as part of a major sustainability move.
Cardi B revolutionizes the cocktail industry with Whipshots, a line of flavored dairy-free whipped cream loaded with vodka, that she describes as “Cardi in a can.”
Starting in January, Copenhagen’s celebrated restaurant Geranium is taking all land animals off the menu.
Former CEO David Hoffmann got the Beyond Sausage Breakfast Sandwich on the menu at Dunkin’. Now, he’s betting that vegan bacon brand Hooray Foods will reach thousands of quick-service restaurants.
Convenience store chain 7-Eleven is expanding its plant-based selection with the addition of Unlimeat vegan meat sandwiches to its 800 stores across Hong Kong.
Miyoko’s Creamery has launched the world’s first vegan butter cooking channel to share tips, recipes, and techniques.
“I think it’s going to revolutionize our world,” Chef Marco Pierre White—Britain’s first three-starred Michelin chef—says about Redefine Meat’s whole-cut vegan lamb and beef.
Actress Amber Nash shows off her favorite vegan eats—from plant-based Cantonese to vegan pizza in Atlanta.
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General Mills’ new vegan brand Bold Cultr makes vegan cheese using innovative animal-free whey protein.
Swiss food giant Nestlé helps California startup Sundial Foods raise $4 million to bring its realistic vegan chicken wings to American consumers in 2022.
From Billie Eilish launching a vegan milk chocolate bar to Impossible’s new plant-based meatballs, we’re serving up the best in vegan food news.
Can Billie Eilish write songs, perform, convince designers to drop fur, and make incredible vegan cookies? We had to find out.
Miami-based vegan baker Indira Cristin competes against non-vegan bakers on the Food Network’s ‘Holiday Wars.’
The Vegan Experience is a for-profit company dedicated to providing meals to 55 million people in North America who don’t have adequate access to food.
Despite the challenges of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, vegan mixologist and restaurateur Jason Eisner opened Wolfie’s Hot Chicken, Party Beer Co., and Put Me In Coach—three new thriving restaurant and bar concepts in Los Angeles.
Jermaine Dupri’s new vegan ice cream brand JD’s Vegan comes in six Atlanta-inspired flavors.
Harry Styles announced his first business Pleasing, a vegan beauty brand that embodies the musical artist’s non-binary vision of life.
Iconic NYC restaurant Serendipity3—which counts Marilyn Monroe, Beyoncé, and Kim Kardashian as fans—is now serving vegan frozen hot chocolate, a dairy-free remake of its most-popular dessert.
Impossible Foods is launching Impossible Meatballs—a blend of Impossible Burger and Impossible Sausage—at 3,000 Walmart stores.
Actor Woody Harrelson’s guest appearance on Curb Your Enthusiasm is all about ditching dairy.
From cornbread casserole to candied yams, these soulful dishes should have a place at your holiday dinner table.
Hooray Foods’ hyperrealistic vegan bacon is rolling out to 180 locations of Sobeys, Safeway, and Thrifty Foods in Ontario and British Columbia.
Sushi-grade vegan tuna made by Kuleana is one of TIME’s top 100 best inventions of 2021 and the San Francisco-based startup is just getting started.
Anna Starostinetskaya and Nicole Axworthy