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For the first time in its 13-year history, New York’s Climate Week is finally talking about food.
“I’ve been focusing on going more plant-based and can tell you that Beyond Meat is my absolute favorite,” Kim Kardashian said after joining the vegan meat brand in a newly created role.
Going vegan doesn’t release you from making other sustainable choices, but it’s one of the best ways to become a more responsible citizen of this planet.
New food-technology company Tomorrow Farms uses Perfect Day’s animal-free whey to make dairy-identical chocolate milk that’s kind to cows.
Colorado startup Meati has launched a whole-cut vegan steak made from the mycelium mushroom root and it’s available for delivery directly to consumers.
This summer, visitors to Yellowstone National Park can try vegan meat and dairy-free cream cheese from Nature’s Fynd—which makes these fungi-based products with the help of a microbe found at the 150-year-old park.
Change Foods is on a mission to replicate casein—the main dairy protein in cheese making—by using precision fermentation instead of cows.
‘Top Chef’ co-host Tom Colicchio invests in Plant Based Seafood Co., a vegan seafood company founded by a mother-daughter duo with 20 years of experience in the seafood industry.
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.
VitroLabs has raised $46 million with the help of Leonardo DiCaprio to make the world’s first pilot production of cell-cultivated leather.
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A new study finds that replacing one fifth of the world’s beef with proteins made using fungi-based microbial fermentation can help slash deforestation by 50 percent by 2050.
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.
Washington, DC will celebrate its first vegan restaurant week thanks to a proclamation signed by Mayor Muriel Bowser that recognizes the health and environmental benefits of a plant-based diet.
Wealthier nations must slash their meat consumption by at least 75 percent in order to meet climate goals, researchers at the University of Bonn advise.
Food-tech startup SimpliiGood is extending the benefits of spirulina by using it as the sole ingredient for its new whole-cut vegan salmon.
Eleven Madison Park’s chef Daniel Humm is challenging New Yorkers to eat plant-based at least once per week with Eleven Madison Home, a vegan meal kit that features thoughtfully curated dishes and ingredients.
Vegan personal care brand Hey Humans—which is on its way to more than 6,000 Walgreens locations—was created by Jada Pinkett Smith with the mission of fighting plastic pollution and making sustainable products more accessible to all.
A nationwide outbreak of pathogenic avian influenza—the first time that the virus has been recorded in the US since 2016—is reaching record levels as millions of birds are killed to stop the spread.
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.
Israeli company Remilk will open the world’s largest animal-free dairy factory in Denmark where it will produce as much milk protein as 50,000 cows every year without exploiting a single animal or harming the environment.
OmniPork Luncheon—which has been dubbed “vegan Spam”—is back on the menu at McDonald’s in Hong Kong after the chain sold 3.7 million orders since it first launched in 2020.
From MorningStar Farms’ pancake-wrapped vegan corn dogs to Hormel’s new meatless chili, we’re serving up the best in vegan food news of the week.
Vegan brands such as Ripple, Forager, Beyond Meat, Future Farm, and Veggie Grill are increasing their efforts to further help the planet while showing that plant-based options are better for the environment than meat and dairy.
Gerber gets into plant-based protein with the launch of its new Plant-tastic baby food line made with a variety of beans, legumes, veggies, and fruit.
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