Anthony Martinelli

Author's details

Name: Anthony Martinelli
Date registered: 10/27/2015

Biography

Anthony Martinelli is the Editor and co-founder of TheVeganHerald.com. He also serves as the Editor-in-Chief of TheJointBlog.com, a cannabis news and information website.

Latest posts

  1. Vegan Diet Provides “Long-Term Sustainable Solutions for the Health Care Challenges of the Newest Era” — 01/28/2017
  2. Soy Chorizo Again Wins Favorite Meat/Meatless Product in Trader Joe’s Customer Choice Awards — 01/28/2017
  3. Plant-Based Meal More Filling than Meat-Based Meal, According to Study — 01/28/2017
  4. Baileys Almond Milk Liqueur Officially Certified Vegan — 01/28/2017
  5. Study: Like Humans, Pigs Can be Optimists or Pessimists — 11/28/2016

Most commented posts

  1. Ontario Officials Rule Veganism is a Human Right Legally Protected from Discrimination — 71 comments
  2. United States’ First-Ever Vegan Butcher Shop to Open January 23rd in Minnesota — 54 comments
  3. Baileys Introduces New Almond Milk Liqueur — 28 comments
  4. Germany Becomes First Country to Ban Egg Industry’s Shredding of Live Chickens — 23 comments
  5. First Vegan Butcher Shop in the U.S. Now Open, First Weekend a Huge Success — 17 comments

Author's posts listings

Jan 04

Nestlé Admits to Using Slave Labor in the Production of its Cat Food

Nestlé, the owners of Purina, has released an independent report which found those involved in the production of their cat food were subjected to forced slave labor and “degrading” conditions, including minors. The report found that workers were recruited using deceptive practices, were inhumanely transported across country borders, were forced into debt bondage and exposed …

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Jan 04

Substitute Meat Market to be Valued at $5.17 Billion Annually by 2020

The market for substitute meat products is rapidly increasing across the globe. According to a new report conducted by Markets and Markets, the global market for substitute meats is expected to grow at a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 6.4% between 2015 and 2020, landing at over $5 billion by 2020. “The growing demand …

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Jan 03

Vegetarian Diet Associated with Improved Glycemic Control in those with Type 2 Diabetes

A study published in the journal Cardiovascular Diagnosis and Therapy, and published online by the U.S. National Institute of Health, has found that a vegetarian diet is associated with improved glycemic control in those with type 2 diabetes. For the study, researchers performed a “systematic review and meta-analysis of controlled clinical trials examining the association …

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Jan 02

United States’ First-Ever Vegan Butcher Shop to Open January 23rd in Minnesota

On January 23rd, The Herbivorous Butcher will open at 507 First Ave in Minneapolis, Minnesota, roughly a year after founders of the shop raised over $60,000 through a successful Kickstarter campaign. The shop is being opened by siblings Aubry and Kale Walch. Both have been spending the past several years “perfecting The Herbivorous Butcher’s deliciously …

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Dec 22

New Vegan “Super Condom” Kills HIV, Enhances Sexual Pleasure

A team of researchers out of Texas A&M University’s Health Science Center have developed a new entirely vegan condom made from hydrogel, a water-based material used in contact lenses and to heal cuts. The latext-free condom is lined with a plant-based antioxidant that kills HIV. Although the condom was designed specifically to help combat the …

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Dec 21

No, Vegetarian Diets Are Not Bad for the Environment (and Here’s Why)

By Erin Brodwin, Business Insider Headlines inspired by a study from earlier this week boasted that eating a vegetarian diet is actually worse for the planet than sticking to a traditional American (read: meat- and fat-heavy) diet. That’s bogus for several reasons. It also ignores one of the study’s biggest findings, which is that transforming …

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Dec 18

Daiya Bringing Back Original Recipe for Their Vegan Cheese Shreds

Recently Daiya, a much respected vegan food company that specializes in vegan cheeses, yogurts and cheesecakes, made an alteration to the recipes they use for their cheese shreds. Although some consumers were fans of the change, many others were disappointed in the fact that the cheese’s texture was changed entirely, having gone from having a …

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Dec 18

Ben & Jerry’s Launching Line of Vegan Almond Milk Ice Cream in 2016

The hugely popular ice cream company Ben & Jerry’s has announced that their new line of entirely vegan almond milk ice cream will be launching in 2016. Although the company tested out a line of vegan ice cream flavors using various non-dairy milk alternatives such as soy and cashew milk, the company decided that almond …

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Dec 18

Wendy’s Now Offering Vegan Black Bean Burgers at Certain Locations

The international fast food franchise Wendy’s is currently offering a vegan black bean burger on its menu at multiple locations. Although all of the locations are currently located in Columbia, South Carolina, Wendy’s plan is to make the veggie burger an item at all of its locations, if it sells successfully. Below are the Wendy’s …

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Dec 18

Vegetarians Have Lower Risk of Cancer than Meat-Eaters, Finds Study

A study of over 60,000 people published online by the National Institute of Health, and published in-print by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, has found that the percentage of vegetarians with cancer is drastically lower than the percentage of meat-eaters with cancer, indicating that a vegetarian diet can protect against the disease. According the …

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Dec 17

Study Finds Animals Are Capable of Self-Awareness

Animals other than humans are capable of self-awareness, a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Warwick has found. The study, published in the journal Current Zoology, found that animals such as rats and mice are capable of mentally simulating environments, which requires at least a primitive sense of self. The finding suggests …

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Dec 17

U.S. National Institute of Health Ending Experiments on Baby Monkeys

The National Institute of Health (NIH) will be ending a 30-year long research program on baby monkeys, according to U.S. Representative Brendan Boyle. The program included tearing away infants from their mother at birth, and continually terrorizing them with things such as fake snakes and loud noises, forced alcoholism and being forced to live alone …

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