Meatless Monday Articles
January 17th, 2011
From Canada to Croatia, nations across the globe are taking the pledge and joining the Meatless Monday movement. Indonesia is just one of the countries that has recently brought Meatless Monday home, adding local traditions and dishes to this simple idea for better health.
January 10th, 2011
Maines Paper and Food has joined the Meatless Monday movement! The food and print wholesaler’s 1,800 clients – including schools, restaurants, healthcare facilities and country clubs- now have easy access to Meatless Monday materials and recipes.
January 3rd, 2011
2010 was a big year for the Meatless Monday movement. Restaurants, schools, celebrities and newspapers across the globe praised the simplicity of cutting meat one day a week. At the dawn of 2011, we’re already seeing signs that the movement will continue to gain momentum.
December 27th, 2010
This New Years, resolve to eat more veggies! Consuming more produce is an easy, delicious way to maintain your health, so get the most out of your meals with these fun ideas for adding more produce to your plate
December 13th, 2010
With community focused articles on health, food, the environment and more, GOOD.is specializes in small steps that anyone can take to make a positive impact. Their recent video Sweat the Small Stuff includes suggestions for simple change, including Meatless Monday
December 6th, 2010
Since Meatless Monday started as a public health campaign in 2003, we have seen the idea spread through communities and across countries. We took a survey recently to see just how far the movement has traveled. Of those interviewed, an impressive 30% had heard of the campaign to cut meat one day a week.
November 29th, 2010
New Haven’s Public Schools educate and feed over 20,000 students each day. The task of creating healthy meals for such a large student body falls on Chef Tim Cipriano, Food Service Director for the city’s 45 schools. Chef Tim has introduced new polices -including Meatless Monday- that both ensure nutritious meals for his students and offer a positive example for districts nationwide
November 22nd, 2010
Meatless Monday talks fo-turkey with 12 of our favorite celebrity chefs and health activists. Each shares what they’re thankful for this year and offers a seasonal meatless recipe for your Monday meal and Thanksgiving feast
November 15th, 2010
Meatless Monday was in attendance last week for the 138th annual APHA conference. During this four day event, the Monday Campaigns team spoke with national health leaders about the power of weekly reminders in starting and sustaining behavior change
November 8th, 2010
Producer, eco-activist and Meatless Monday supporter Laurie David takes on family ties with The Family Dinner: Great Ways to Connect with Your Kids, One Meal at a Time. Her latest endeavor includes family-tested recipes along with inspiration, conversation starters and frank advice from over 50 experts and celebrities.
November 1st, 2010
Restaurant insiders are predicting that Meatless Monday will be a hot trend in 2011 as customers crave more veggies on their plates. There are so many reasons for restaurants to go meatless, its no wonder eateries across the country have already joined the movement
October 24th, 2010
Internationally known research, arts and technology school Carnegie Mellon University has launched Meatless Monday on campus, joining the growing list of colleges that are using the campaign to promote healthy habits one week at a time
October 18th, 2010
With 27 locations across the U.S. and Europe, Maoz Vegetarian is not your typical fast food chain. Quick, nutritious and tasty meatless meals are the norm at this famous falafel franchise and, starting this week, so is Meatless Monday
October 11th, 2010
Dr. Oz is a renowned cardiac surgeon, author and host of The Dr. Oz Show. Recently he has been speaking out about the health impact of excessive meat consumption and production. On his website and show, Dr. Oz has offered Americans suggestions on how to improve upon their omnivorous diets, including Meatless Monday
October 4th, 2010
The Franciscan Center of Baltimore has been providing emergency aid and outreach to their community since 1968. Last week, the center transcended their already tireless dedication to the city’s poor by instating healthy, Meatless Monday meals.