A new report outlines how plant-based foods are disrupting the animal meat market, with a huge swell in sales and innovative new products.
Joaquin Phoenix is offering you a seat at his kitchen table as part of a new campaign: "Change the World From Your Kitchen. Go Vegan."
A new study from Stanford University School of Medicine finds that eating plant-based meat alternatives reduce the risk of heart disease.
A recent report by Verified Market Research highlights the substantial growth of this sector in the last few years, in large part due to rising ethical and environmental concerns. The market is expected to grow even faster in the period between 2020 and 2027.
As more Australians flirt with the idea of reducing their meat intake, a new report has found that plant-based alternatives are on average nutritionally better or similar to their real meat equivalents.
Queensland company Fenn Foods has created the world’s first carbon-neutral, plant-based mince, with Co-founder and CEO Alejandro Cancino stating: “One day people will look at the sustainability rating the same way they look for sugar content now.”
Nestle has just released its Plant Based version of an Aussie classic - MILO!
After his first Academy Award win, the actor spoke about human compassion when it comes to the environment and the food industry.
For lifelong meateaters looking to kick the habit turning down a slice of sizzling bacon can be as hard as giving up a cigarette is for smokers.
'There’s something that you can do today, right now, and tomorrow, by making a choice about what you consume', actor says.