Over half of Germans reduce meat consumption.
A recent report by the food awareness organization ProVeg International has revealed that 51% of German citizens decreased their meat intake during 2021.
The data was drawn from a European-wide sales analysis, as well as a survey of 7,690 people across the continent, including 757 individuals from Germany.
It was also found that 10% of German people don’t consume meat at all, and 30% are flexitarian, meaning they restrict animal-person-based meat in favor of plant-based.
Furthermore, the report stated that across all Europe, 46% of citizens eat less animal-people meat now compared to a year ago. Our gratitude, ProVeg International, for highlighting the fast-moving switch to plant-based vegan foods in Europe.
May a worldwide ban on animal-person products soon take effect, as we save the planet through wise policy and individual choices, in Celestial insight.
Famous vegan food firm rolls out new product across United Kingdom.
The Fry Family Food Company has released its version of a bite-sized vegan plant-based chicken snack. The popcorn chick’n’s ingredients include textured soy and wheat flour with an array of aromatics such as thyme, pepper and celery. The brand’s International Marketing Director Tammy Fry shared that the exciting new item will “help families swap to delicious plant-based alternatives when preparing for movie nights or attending birthday parties together. It also works well with students and adults…” The appetizing snack will be available at the grocery chain Iceland at 700 locations as well as The Food Warehouse stores throughout the UK. Awesome job, Fry Family Food Company, we are all eager to try your delectable offering! May such vegan creations quickly replace all meat products on supermarket shelves, in God’s eternal Delight.
United States plant-based food producer broadens its market through collaboration with strategic distributor.
Vegan company Planet Based Foods, which specializes in hemp-based alternative meat products, has announced a partnership with KeHe, one of the largest organic food wholesalers in the country. Founded in 2018, Planet Based Foods creates vegan meats with hemp using an innovative process. Their eco-friendly and ethical products such as vegan burgers, sausages, patties are rich in protein, fiber, and omega 3-6-9 oils and do not include soy, gluten, or genetically modified ingredients. The company hopes to expand its market into small and mid-size independent retailers in North America through Kehe’s extensive distribution network. Congratulations, Planet Based Foods and KeHe, on your mutually beneficial partnership. We wish you great success. May people in every corner of the world get vegan products more easily, in God’s upliftment.
Animal-person activist wins seat in Colombian Senate.
The Honorable Dr. Andrea Padilla is an attorney with a doctorate in law who has dedicated her life to animal-people activism. After serving on the city council of Bogotá as a member of the Green Alliance Party, Dr. Padilla was recently elected by popular vote to a four-year term in Colombia’s Senate. Her successful campaign focused on the rights of animal-people as sentient beings, offering a 14-point platform to improve their welfare in various sectors, including entertainment and the food industry. Senator Padilla, a vegan, has affirmed, “I dedicate my life to the defense of animals for justice and compassion. I see in this cause the most important moral revolution of our century.” Our heartfelt cheers, the Honorable Dr. Andrea Padilla, on the auspicious occasion of your victory. May all elected officials around the world soon share such enlightened views for a harmonious and Heavenly world. Turn vegan: granting fearlessness 2 all beings.
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United States vegan food company expands availability of fungi-based patties.
Nature’s Fynd recently introduced its innovative, nutritional Meatless Original Breakfast Patties in selected Whole Foods Market stores in the US. The brand’s tasty vegan foods are made with “Fy Protein,” which is developed from microbes initially sourced from geothermal springs and then grown through the company’s novel liquid-air surface fermentation technology. The patties contain 11 grams of protein and 4 grams of fiber per serving while having 75% less fat than its animal-person-based counterpart. Importantly, Fy Protein manufacturing requires 99% less land and water and produces 94% less greenhouse gases for production than animal-people products. Great news, Nature’s Fynd, on the launching of your delicious brand-new fungi-based patties at Whole Foods. May your mouth-watering vegan items achieve great success with the public as your innovative protein helps replace animal-people-based ones in Celestial inspiration.
Vegan chocolatier launches United Kingdom’s first oat milk chocolate créme egg.
Chocolate confectionery Mummy Meegz from Yorkshire has debuted its new chocolate delight oat milk Chuckie Eggs. The 100% plant-based chocolate-coated treats have the shape of an egg with a soft fondant “yolk” at the center. Wrapped in recyclable foil, the ingredients are 100% ethical and sustainable and also do not contain palm oil. Although it was designed and released in time for Easter this year, chocolate lovers can find it year-round at the Asda supermarket chain. “We’ve created the world’s first true alternative to dairy milk chocolate créme eggs,” said founder Meagan Boyle. Way to go, Mummy Meegz, on your delectable vegan treats. In Divine joy, may our world soon be colored with brighter tomorrows as we transition into a safe, kind, vegan era.
Footwear company makes vegan version of Aussie favorite ugg boots.
OnceWild, based in Sydney, Australia, has released a vegan version of the Aussie favorite ugg boot using high-quality vegan suede and faux shearling. They are 100% cruelty-free and certified by Vegan Australia. According to its website, “OnceWild is a lifestyle brand that offers a conscious choice for the ethical fashion wearer. We believe that animals should roam free just as nature intended. Animals were OnceWild and should remain that way. That’s why we are advocates for cruelty-free footwear.” Bravo, OnceWild, for creating an eco-friendly and kind alternative ugg boot. In Celestial comfort, may we soon live in a caring world where we no longer exploit our animal friends for food or clothing.