December 12th, 2017

Celebrating 100 Years Since the First National Campaign to Go Meatless

At Meatless Monday, there is a reason to celebrate every week by promoting plant-based food as a way to save the planet. But in 2017, Meatless Monday had even more reason to celebrate: this year marks 100 years since the first national campaign to encourage people to go meat-free. While the original mission has evolved into something addressing today’s concerns, the message has stood the test of time!

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“We Are Still In”: Meatless Monday Stands with the Coalition to Include Food in Climate Action Conversation

An open letter extolling the values of including food in the ongoing conversation about climate change is making the rounds on Medium, and Meatless Monday plays an important role. More cities and counties on the local level in the United States have taken charge on supporting the goals of the Paris Climate Accords to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

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Dinner Recipe of the Week

FOE

Meat of the Matter:A Municipal Guide to Climate-Friendly Food Purchasing

Plant Based

‘Plant-Based’ Will Be The Hottest Food Trend Of 2018: ReportRestaurant consultancy group Baum + Whiteman in New York has named “plant-based” the food trend of 2018.

Plant-Based News

World Scientists Warn: Time Is Running Out – We Must Move Toward Plant Based FoodsWorld scientists have issued a second ‘warning to humanity’, 25 years after their first notice, urging the population to shift toward plant-based foods in a bid to avoid environmental destruction.

Plant-Based Protein

The seven megatrends that could beat global warmingPlant-based protein tops the Guardian’s list of trends that could curb climate change.

Nutritional Outlook

U.S. Plant-Based Food Sales Reach $3.1 Billion, Up 8.1% Over 2016A new market data report found that the plant-based food category is expanding rapidly.