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Starbucks Germany Announces End to Vegan Milk Surcharge

Starbucks Germany has announced that they will no longer levy an additional charge for customers wanting to replace animal-milk with plant-based milk in their drinks. “Change is in the air—after years of pressure from PETA and PETA Germany supporters, Starbucks Germany is ending its vegan milk surcharge!”, PETA announced in a post on their website. …

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Plant-Based Mozzarella Sticks by Farm Rich Launch Nationwide at Kroger and Walmart

Plant-Based Mozzarella Sticks

Plant-Based Mozzarella Sticks made by Farm Rich have launched nationwide at thousands of Kroger and Walmart locations. Farm Rich, which is one of the leading distributors of non-vegan cheese sticks, announced that it has expanded its “”Garden Inspirations” line of plant-based snacks and appetizers by launching Plant-Based Mozzarella Style Sticks. Farm Rich also offers meatless …

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Korean Air to Offer New Vegan Meals Starting in March

Korean Air will showcase a new Korean-style vegan meal, which is inspired from Korean traditional cuisine, as an inflight meal option starting from March 1. To accommodate the growing vegan population, Korean Air, which is the largest airline in South Korea, has introduced a Korean-style vegan meal option, an eco-friendly meal that can also help …

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Beyond Meat Shares Up 66% Since December After Making Company-Wide Changes

After seeing a period of losses Beyond Meat has had a significant rise in market share following company-wide changes. Beyond Meat shares were up about 66% from their December low by the end of trading on Friday, after seeing a sustained period of losses throughout 2022. Currently shares of Beyond Meat cost $18.88 after dropping …

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Study: High-Quality Plant-Based Diet Associated With Decreased Depressive Symptoms

A new study published by the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health has found that a high-quality plant-based diet may be effective in combatting symptoms associated with depression. Conducted by researchers at Bond University and the Central Queensland University, both in Australia, the study was epublished online by the U.S. National Library of …

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Vegan Diet Has 44% Less Total Environmental Impact Than Mediterranean Diet

Vegan diets have a significantly smaller environmental impact than a Mediterranean diet according to new research published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. For the study, researchers compared the total environmental impact of a vegan diet that is free of all animal products with a Mediterranean diet that allows for the consumption …

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Global Vegan Ice Cream Market Valued at $595 Million, Anticipated to Reach $1 Billion by 2029

The global vegan ice cream market is anticipated to grow from $595 million in 2021 to $1.015 billion by 2029, according to a new report. The report, conducted by Data Bridge Market Research, expects the market to experience a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.80% during the forecast period, with caramel, vanilla and chocolate …

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University Of Cambridge Votes to Remove All Animal Products From Catering Services

The University Of Cambridge has voted in favor of an initiative by the Plant-Based Universities campaign to transition to a plant-based campus. The initiative calls for “sustainable and 100 percent plant-based” catering at colleges, with environmental concerns being the primary reason. On Monday 72% of student representatives voted in favor of the motion, which mandates …

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