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A quiet revolution is also taking place in labs, where scientists are working to cultivate meat and seafood grown from cells, with the potential to reduce demand for industrial animal agriculture even further.
Will cultured meat soon be a common sight in supermarkets across the globe?
20 February 2020
With McDonald’s, Burger King, KFC and every major UK supermarket selling their own ranges of ‘authentic’ animal substitutes, fake meat now means big business.
Hold the beef: how plant-based meat went mainstream
17 February 2020
Pet owners rarely consider the environmental paw-prints of our furry companions.
Reducing the environmental impact of pet food
10 February 2020
Book your seat for the event ‘Embracing a Better Future - Nourishing Europe’, with Jane Goodall.
"Embracing a Better Future - Nourishing Europe" event with Jane Goodall
7 February 2020
The Baftas awards frontrunner joins protestors on Tower Bridge in London to campaign for a meat-free world.
Joaquin Phoenix joins Animal Equality in urging people to 'go vegan'
3 February 2020
As meatless burgers have landed at Burger King and Carl’s Jr., dozens of start-ups are racing to be the first to sell beef grown in a lab.
Israeli lab-grown meat start-up Future Meat raises $14 million to build production plant
10 October 2019
Harvard plans to focus promoting plant-based food as part of a commitment to reduce food-related greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent by 2030.
Harvard is going vegan to save the planet
4 October 2019
Food technology company Ochakov Food Ingredients Plant produced the country’s first cultured meat, a 40-gram cutlet grown from animal cells without the need to slaughter animals.
Russia produces its first lab-grown “meatloaf”
29 September 2019
Last week Djurens Rätt reacted to the biggest-ever campaign launched by the Swedish chicken meat producer Kronfågel, in which chicken meat consumption is promoted as a way to combat climate change.
DJURENS RÄTT: Our response to misleading campaign promoting chicken meat
23 September 2019
Despite a number of canteens in the European Parliament, Sylwia Spurek has to bring her own lunchbox to work.
Sylwia Spurek MEP calls for vegan food in EU canteens
23 September 2019
A fishmonger has reacted with fury after Instagram blurred his posts displaying dead fish, labelling the posts ‘offensive material’.
UK fishmonger furious after Instagram posts of dead fish flagged as ‘disturbing material’
20 September 2019
We have a look at how companies are responding to the rise in veganism and explain how investors and traders can capitalise as people around the world begin to reduce their meat intake and consume more plant-based alternatives.
How to invest in veganism
19 September 2019