Vegetarian

Mayors Countrywide Urge People to Go Vegan for 1 Day

by Natalia Lima

Mayors across the country are encouraging their citizens to go vegan for a day on Friday, March 20th, for National Meatout Day. Organized by the Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM),

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Vegetarian Calculator Says Average Person Eats 7,000 Animals in a Lifetime

by Anthony Marcusa

While attempts to limit the consumption of meat often have to do with championing animal welfare and promoting health benefits, one group is going a different way. If numbers appeal

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WATCH: If Vegans Said Things Meat Eaters Say

by Brianne Hogan

Are you a vegetarian or vegan, and tired of hearing the question, “Where do you get your protein?” PETA feels your pain, so the organization released a fun video with

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US Dietary Guidelines Say More Plant-Based Food, Less Sugar

by Anthony Marcusa

The much anticipated new governmental dietary guidelines have arrived, with some 572 pages of suggestions, initiatives, and health recommendations. Most notably, perhaps, these guidelines – which are set forth every five years by the Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services – have for the first time

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Richard Linklater Debuts ‘Veghood’ For PETA

by Brianne Hogan

With the Academy Awards ceremony just days away, director Richard Linklater, nominated for “Boyhood,” spoofs his flick for a good cause. In 2002, the Texan filmmaker began a 12-year commitment

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Second Public School in the U.S. Goes Vegetarian

by Natalia Lima

Following the footsteps of a public elementary school in Flushing, Queens, another public school in New York City has decided to go vegetarian. The Peck Slip School in lower Manhattan

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Morrissey Cancels Concert After Venue Refuses to Go Veg

by Natalia Lima

Morrissey was scheduled to perform in Iceland, but cancelled the concert after the Harpa concert hall in Reykjavik refused to meet his vegetarian demands. The vegan former Smiths’ front man doesn’t

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