​NBA P1ayers Explain Why
They Are Going Vegan
​and Vegetarian

By Kristian Winfield, October 25, 2017

​"Athletes are putting in their bodies, a lifestyle trend appears to be taking the NBA by storm: veganism. Players are throwing out the beef and picking up the beets, putting down the chicken and picking up the chickpeas. The diet has helped them cut weight and increase their energy levels.

​FULL ARTICLE: https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nba/nba-players-explain-why-they-are-going-vegan-and-vegetarian/ar-AAu21r4?li=BBnb7Kz


Plant-Based ‘Meat’ and ‘Fish’

May Be ​the Future. But How
Do They Taste?

By Alison Roman, 
April 12, 2018
“Today, 140 White Castle locations began serving the vegan Impossible Burger, part of a new wave
of plant-based proteins that taste, cook and, in some cases, bleed like the animal version. Unlike tofu dogs and Boca Burgers, these products are aimed squarely at carnivores. The goal is to save
​the planet."

​FULL ARTICLE: https://www.wsj.com/articles/plant-based-meat-fand-fish-may-be-the-future-but-how-do-they-taste-1523527260


Tesco just sold nearly 40,000 vegan Vivera steaks in one week. 

By Kat Smith, May 30, 2018

"The consumers in England are almost without exception very enthusiastic about the taste and texture of the steak,” said Gert Jan Gombert, commercial manager for Vivera.“The hashtag #Vivera almost explodes on Instagram. This ground-breaking product has also received a particularly positive reception from professional critics."

FULL ARTICLE: https://www.wsj.com/articles/plant-based-meat-fand-fish-may-be-the-future-but-how-do-they-taste-1523527260


The seven megatrends that could beat global warming: 'There is reason for hope'

By Damian Carrington, Environment Editor

​November 8, 2017

Methane: Getting to the Meat

The world’s appetite for meat and dairy foods is rising as people’s incomes rise, but the simple arithmetic is that unless this is radically curbed, there is no way to beat global warming. What sounds like an oxymoron – food that looks and tastes just as good as meat or dairy products but is made from plants – has attracted heavy investment."

FULL ARTICLE: www.theguardian.com/environment /2017/nov/ 08/seven-megatrends-that-could-beat-global-warming-climate-change