Your Ultimate Source for All‑Things
Get the world's #1 plant‑based magazine
Pride Month is here, so we’re recognizing the standout ethical pioneers who are advocating for equal rights for all.
Z. Zane McNeill
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.
Startup Atlast partners with Whitecrest Mushrooms to grow 3 million pounds of vegan mushroom bacon on less than one acre of land.
Israel-based Plantish is challenging the $50 billion salmon industry with the world’s first whole-cut vegan filet that delivers the same taste, texture, and nutrition without harming a single fish.
Can a South African safari be both vegan and ethical? Diana Edelman argues that it can.
Olympian Miles Chamley-Watson is known for disrupting the status quo in his sport of fencing and his new partnership with Daring Foods aims to topple the broken chicken industry with realistic vegan chicken.
This vegan influencer got her start posting a video on Facebook, and she’s since become one of the most well-known and beloved social media figures. We take a look at her impact.
After working with Beyond Meat to perfect plant-based chicken for two years, KFC is finally launching Beyond Fried Chicken at its 4,000 locations nationwide.
From new vegan Babybel cheeses to Starbucks UK dropping its vegan milk upcharge, we’re serving up the best in vegan food news.
Food-tech company SavorEat developed a system that prints 3D vegan burgers based on user preferences for protein and fat content.
From political leaders to professional athletes, these outspoken vegan and social justice advocates are using their platforms to create a more compassionate world.
Never miss out on exclusive stories, recipes, and giveaways
The world’s #1 plant-based magazine, delivered to your mailbox and inbox
World-renowned chef and humanitarian José Andrés joins GOOD Meat—a division of JUST Egg maker Eat Just—on its mission of restructuring the global food system and will put its lab-grown chicken on his restaurant menu.
From the McDonald’s meatless McPlant burger to the massive expansion of Amy’s Drive-Thru, we’re serving up the best in vegan food news.
Ben & Jerry’s worked with Chance the Rapper to create Mint Chocolate Chance, a new ice cream flavor that captures the best parts of his favorite childhood dessert.
Newcomer Joyride—a pizzeria from the owners of Samovar—is redefining Detroit-style pizzas in San Francisco with new plant-based pies topped with Beyond Sausage, Violife cheese, spicy meatless pepperoni, and vegan chicken.
Longtime executives from meat giant Tyson Foods are joining vegan brand Beyond Meat in a move that proves that the plant-based meat shift isn’t just limited to dinner plates.
Impossible Cheeseburgers dethrone spicy 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.
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.
San Francisco-based startup New Culture will use the $25 million to get its melty vegan “cow cheese without the cow” on pizzeria menus next year.
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.
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.
Anna Starostinetskaya and Nicole Axworthy