There’s No Catch: This Vegan Tuna is Amazing!

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The much-anticipated Fish-Free Tuna from Good Catch Foods has finally arrived, and it’s sure to reel vegan and pre-vegan eaters alike in for more. Now hitting shelves nationwide at Whole Foods Market and Thrive Market, the vegan tuna is available in three flavors (Naked in Water, Mediterranean, and Oil & Herbs) and serves up protein and omega-3 without the suffering …

Actor Kimberly Elise Asks Kraft Heinz to Offer Families a Healthier BOCA Brand by Dropping Dairy

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Actor Kimberly Elise (Diary of a Mad Black Woman, The Manchurian Candidate) has penned a letter to the CEO of Kraft Heinz, writing as one parent to another to urge his company to offer families a healthier and more compassionate BOCA Foods by dropping dairy from the brand. Sending her powerful note, the mother of two joins a Compassion Over …

Delicious Caribbean-Inspired Vegan Dishes

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Jessica Carter, Compassion Over Killing’s Vegan Food & Lifestyle Coach, creates unique, flavorful, and easy-to-prepare vegan recipes! Perfect for summer, here are her new, original Caribbean-inspired dishes — from soul bowls to sliders. Click the recipes to try them on, plus scroll down to see Jessica sharing them on WJLA’s Good Morning Washington!   Caribbean Soul Bowl with Jerk Jackfruit: Packed …

Danone Looks to Vegan Yogurt to Boost Curdling Sales

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Dairy-free is in demand! In fact, as more and more shoppers opt for plant-based products, market research finds that dairy-free foods and beverages are topping the trend. In a recent report, Nielsen found that as 39% of US consumers are actively trying to eat more plant-based foods, dairy-free cheeses and yogurts have had the most growth in sales, increasing by …


Plant-Based Sales Outpacing Other Food & Beverages

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New market research by Nielsen finds that 39 percent of Americans are “actively trying to eat more plant-based foods,” and last year these veg products made up nearly 20 percent of the money U.S. consumers spent on foods and beverages last year. Leading the way are dairy-free foods, especially cheese and yogurt whose markets grew by 45 percent and 31 …

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KFC Begins Testing Vegetarian Chicken in UK

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Kentucky Fried Chicken is now testing vegetarian chicken in its stores across the UK and Ireland. If successful, KFC expects to start officially selling the meatless menu item in 2019. Here in the US, as chains like Starbucks, Subway, and White Castle roll out plant-based options to meet soaring consumer demand, Compassion Over Killing is urging KFC to do the …

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Beyond Meat Going Beyond the US — To 50+ Countries!

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Beyond Meat’s popular plant-based foods have sprouted up across the country, including in major grocery stores (even in the meat aisle) and on the menu at restaurant chains like TGI Fridays. Plus, did you know you can the Beyond Sausage in Whole Foods stores nationwide, or being served up at baseball games at Yankee Stadium? Now, the Beyond Burger is …

COK Opposing Meat-Industry Efforts to Squash Vegan Protein

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Compassion Over Killing joins a coalition opposing dangerous proposals by animal agribusiness that would shield meat producers from plant-based competition. Vegan foods are sprouting up everywhere, as consumers increasingly demand healthier, kinder meat alternatives. In a desperate display, the factory farming industry is flexing its lobbying muscles to squash the rise of vegan proteins, by trying to stop these popular foods …

Research: Oppression of Animals and Women Linked

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A new study, published in the journal of Feminism and Psychology, draws ties between attitudes about meat eating and gender, and sexism. Researchers Ashley Allcorn and Shirley M. Ogletree, who surveyed hundreds of undergraduate students at a Texas university, write that their findings “empirically supported ‘the linked oppression thesis,’ that gender and animal attitudes are connected.” “As hypothesized, pro meat-eating …