July 16th, 2018

Meatless Monday Plant-Based Burger News and Roundup

This Meatless Monday we give you the global scoop on the latest food establishments taking plant-based burgers as seriously as we do. Burgers are popular around the world because they’re easy to eat and fun to pack with yummy toppings. Now, with a little food science and ingenuity, there are equally satisfying plant-based versions to enjoy

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Meatless Monday News from Around the World

Did you know that Meatless Monday is active around the world in over 40 countries and 20 languages – from Israel to Bhutan to New Zealand? The simple act of refraining from meat one day a week is so popular that we wanted to share the latest global news with you

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Dinner Recipe of the Week

Seattle Times

Can we eat our way to a healthier planet?If all — or most — typical eaters reduced their meat and dairy intake by swapping a few servings a week for plant-based protein foods with low carbon footprints we could have a large collective impact.

Plant Protein Power

Why plant protein is better for you than animal proteinStudy after study shows that meat as a protein source just isn’t that healthy.

NPD

Study Shows 43 Million Americans Are Choosing Plant-Based ProteinNPD’s study revealed that 14 percent of Americans, the equivalent to 43 million consumers, regularly choose plant-based alternatives to animal protein, and 86 percent of this 43 million do not even identify as being vegetarian or vegan.

Guardian

What is the true cost of eating meat?The Guardian looks at the global impact of the meat industry

CBC

The solution to climate change might be in your fridgeReducing your carbon footprint doesn’t have to mean ditching your car or other drastic measures