The Vegan Herald

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Name: The Vegan Herald
Date registered: 10/27/2015


The Vegan Herald, launched in 2015, is a vegan news and information website.

Latest posts

  1. Disneyland and Disney World Adding 400 Vegan Dishes to Parks — 10/02/2019
  2. Study: Eating More Plant-Based Foods May Lower Risk of Heart Attack, Stroke and Other Cardiovascular Diseases — 08/08/2019
  3. U.S. Subways to Launch Sub With Vegan Beyond Meat Meatballs — 08/07/2019
  4. Old Spaghetti Factory Launches Vegan Beyond Meatballs and Meat Sauce at All Locations in Canada — 07/24/2019
  5. Blaze Pizza Adds Vegan Pizza – With Vegan Cheese and Chorizo – to Over 300 Locations Nationwide — 07/17/2019

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

Jun 12

Canada Parliament Votes to End Captivity of Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises

Canada’s full parliament has voted in favor of prohibiting the captivity of whales, dolphins and porpoises. The Canada Parliament has passed Bill S-203, the Ending the Captivity of Whales and Dolphins Act. The measure places an explicit ban on anyone capturing and placing into captivity (and breeding) dolphins (including porpoises) and whales. As noted by …

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Jun 08

Legislature to Require Hospitals to Have Vegan Meals Passed by New York Legislature

A legislative proposal to legally require all hospital to have vegan food options has been passed by New York’s legislature. Senate Bill 1471 passed both the House of Representatives and Senate on Monday, sending it to Governor Andrew Cuomo for final consideration. According to its official text, the measure “requires hospitals providing inpatient or residential …

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Jun 08

Nevada Governor Signs Bill Banning Animal Testing for Cosmetics

Legislation that explicitly prohibits cosmetics being tested on animals has been signed into law in Nevada. Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signed Senate Bill 197, titled The Nevada Cruelty Free Cosmetics Act, into law this week. The measure places a statewide ban on cosmetic companies selling products that were tested on animals. The new law goes …

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Jun 07

New York Legislature Passes Bill to Prohibit Declawing Cats, First State to Do So

New York’s full legislature has passed a measure that criminalizes the declawing of cats. The measure – Assembly Bill 01303 – has been sent to Governor Andrew Cuomo after passing the legislature. The governor now has the option of signing it into law, allowing it to become law without his signature, or vetoing it. Sponsored …

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May 29

Report: Vegan Meat Market to be Worth $140 Billion by 2029

According to a new report, the market for vegan meat could top $140 billion – yes billion – by 2029. According to the report, titled Can’t Believe It’s Not Meat and conducted by the research firm Barclays, the vegan meat market will have a value of $140 billion within the next decade, which includes the …

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May 24

Study: Eating Government-Recommended Level of Red and Processed Meat Increases Colorectal Cancer Risk

According to a new study published by the International Journal of Epidemiology, the consumption of red and processed meat at a level that meets current UK government recommendations is “associated with an increased risk of colorectal cancer.” For the study, researchers “used Cox-regression models to estimate adjusted hazard ratios for colorectal cancer by dietary factors …

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May 18

Chick-fil-A is Researching and Considering Vegan Meat Substitutes

Chick-fil-A is researching and considering adding vegan meat substitutes to their menu. “We’re definitely aware, and I would say we’re always interested in, what’s happening in food,” said Amanda Norris, the executive director of Chick-fil-A’s menu, in a recent interview with Business Insider. “Specifically, a vegetarian option or a vegan option is something we’re looking …

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May 10

Study: Vegan Diet Associated With Lower Blood Pressure in Those With Proteinuria

A vegan diet free of all animal products is associated with lower blood pressure in those with proteinuria, according to a study published by the National Institute of Health. “Previous studies have reported that a vegetarian diet may lower blood pressure (BP), but the effect of diet on BP in asymptomatic participants with proteinuria is …

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May 01

Burger King’s Vegan Impossible Whopper to be Available Nationwide by End of 2019

Earlier this month Burger King created a media storm by announcing the launch of the Impossible Whopper in certain Missouri locations. Now the company has announced that the vegan burger will soon be available across the nation. According to a press release Burger King plans to make the Impossible Whopper – made with the plant-based …

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Apr 28

Amy’s Opening Third Organic Vegetarian Drive Thru Restaurant

Amy’s Drive Thru, which features an entirely organic, vegetarian menu (all items can be made vegan if they aren’t already), is planning to open a third location in California. Amy’s currently has one drive thru location in Rohnert Park, which was opened in 2015. A second location will soon open in Corte Madera, and now …

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Apr 26

Oceania Cruises Adds Over 200 Vegan Dishes to Their Menus

Oceania Cruises has announced that they’ve added over 200 vegan meals to their menus, covering everything from breakfast to dessert.  “We’re thrilled to unveil the most extensive and creative plant-based menus at sea with more than 200 new healthy dishes available on each of our beautiful ships”, Oceania said in a recent press release. “Remaining …

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Apr 26

Study: Vegetarian Diet Associated With Decreased Risk of Symptomatic Gallstone Disease in Women

A vegetarian diet may protect against symptomatic gallstone disease in women, according to a study published recently by the journal Nutrients, and published online by the U.S. National Institute of Health. “Vegetarian diets may lower symptomatic gallstone disease via cholesterol lowering”, begins the study’s abstract. “This study aimed to examine the risk of symptomatic gallstone …

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