Eats

Not Surprising: A Diet Rich in Veggies Could Slow Cognitive Decline

by Brianne Hogan

Just another reason to eat your veggies: a new study says that a diet rich in green leafy vegetables, beans, berries, whole grains and wine could protect against further cognitive decline

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Goat Cheese Farm Converts to Vegan Cheese Farm

by Brianne Hogan

After 20 years of producing award-winning goat cheese, farmers Carol and Julian Pearce are now going vegan. The farmers have always been compassionate and loving towards animals (Carol has a background in

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Sweden Considers Implementing a ‘Meat Tax’

by Brianne Hogan

The Swedish government is again considering a “meat tax” in a bid to encourage less meat consumption. Two years after it ruled out Swedish Board of Agriculture’s recommendation that a

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World’s Largest Vertical Farm in New Jersey to Produce 2M Pounds of Produce

by Natalia Lima

Newark, NJ is not known for its extensive farming grounds but it just might be in the future with the help of vertical farming. Start-up Aerofarms is currently building what

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Denmark Bans Kosher and Halal Animal Slaughter

by Brianne Hogan

Denmark chose animal rights over religion Monday by enacting a sweeping ban on the religious slaughter of animals. The new regulation banning the religious slaughter of animals was signed into

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Amy’s Kitchen Opens First U.S. Organic Drive-Thru

by Anthony Marcusa

It’s rather surprising it took this long, but at last, in California, we now have the first U.S. drive-thru restaurant that is completely organic and vegetarian. Amy’s is located in Rohnert

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Amy Rebecca Launches L.A.’s First 100% Vegan Shop and Event Space

by Brianne Hogan

Diehard vegan and fashionista Amy Rebecca is blending her two passions with Vegan Scene, a retail and event space that promises to be “one rad local spot” to hang out. Launching

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