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Cruelty-free athletes explain why they ditched dairy and how they fuel their bodies with plant-based milks.
Tennis superstar Serena Willams and actor Jake Gyllenhaal are the latest celebrities to invest in Eat Just’s vegan JUST Egg.
Boston Celtics star Jayson Tatum gets into the candy business with vegan gummy brand Small Wins.
Serena Williams is helping to empower women during their prime with an investment in WILE, a vegan menopause supplement brand.
To increase access to vegan suncare products formulated specifically for melanated skin, Naomi Osaka’s KINLÒ heads to 2,500 Walmart locations.
NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal reveals he is changing his diet with help from Atlanta’s Slutty Vegan, where the meatless cheeseburgers are just as indulgent as beef.
New York City will get the first US location of Neat Burger, a UK-based vegan fast-food chain backed by world racing champion Lewis Hamilton and actor Leonardo DiCaprio
Vegan brand Koia now has 23 A-list investors supporting its mission of making plant-based foods more accessible.
Brendan Brazier—co-founder of vegan sports nutrition brand Vega—is creating a replacement for chicken eggs using cellular agriculture that is more nutrient-dense and better for the environment.
From new pork-free chorizo at burrito chain Freebirds to Veganuary’s growing appeal in the US, we’re serving up the best in vegan food news of the week.
Dotsie Bausch is one of many high-profile vegans speaking at this weekend’s vegan music and food event.
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Musician Snoop Dogg and NFL star Derwin James gave Los Angeles football fans free vegan Beyond Burgers and Tailgate Doggs to kickoff the season.
Tennis legend Venus Williams is expanding her Happy Viking brand with superfood powders that rely on peas, not whey, for protein.
Football fans can now enjoy vegan wine from Fresh Vine Wine—founded by actress Nina Dobrev and dancer Julianne Hough—at LA’s SoFi Stadium.
Vending machines filled with vegan protein shakes are coming to HBCUs thanks to a partnership between beverage brand Koia and vegan NBA all-star Chris Paul.
Cade Cunningham, the first NBA draft pick for the Detroit Pistons, has been vegan since high school.
Skateboarding is making its 2020 Olympic debut in Tokyo, and so are these vegan athletes.
It’s time you start making friends with (whole) carbs, counting nutrients (not calories), and—most importantly—pampering your gut bacteria.
Three-time NBA champion JaVale McGee’s Hella Hot Challenge tasks fans with eating as many spicy vegan chips as they can without flinching to raise funds for his JUGLIFE organization, which brings clean water to communities in need.
NBA legend Scottie Pippen is behind new snack brand Husk which puts a vegetable-centric spin on vegan popcorn.
Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis has partnered with Silk to support the next generation of plant-powered athletes by donating $10,000 to five track and field programs at HBCUs.
On an episode of vegan cooking show Cooking Clean, DeAndre Jordan explains his decision to go vegan.
Two vegan musicians take on Kona—the World Championships of Ironman—and eat a lot of protein bars.
Vegan athlete DeAndre Jordan will showcase his plant-based culinary skills on new show Cooking Clean made in partnership with Bounty, Beyond Meat, and Eat Just.
Montreal-based vegan boxer Tammara Thibeault is preparing to represent Team Canada in the Tokyo Olympics this summer and partnered with vegan marketplace Vejii to promote plant-based living.
Endurance athlete Robbie Balenger completed 16 loops around the 6.1-mile track of New York City’s Central Park in just over 18 hours.