With over 100,000 people signing up to Veganuary and counting, veganism is set to start going mainstream in 2018. And with so many new and aspiring vegans out there, I thought I should offer up a few words of advice that helped me in the beginning. There’s also a chance to WIN a huge hamper […]
On Saturday 2nd September people gathered all over the world to march in support of animal rights. An estimated 5000 people showed up to the event in London – double the amount of last year. The atmosphere was electric, the mood was energising and it was an honour to be surrounded by so many beautiful […]
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“Ten thousand years ago free-living animals made up 99% of the biomass – and human beings, we only made up 1% of the biomass. Today, only ten thousand years later (which is really just a fraction of time), we human beings and the animals that we own as property make up 98% of the biomass […]
In light of an increased risk of infected pork, the European Food Safety Authority (an agency funded by the EU, who follows scientific advice from the Food Standards Agency), has perhaps rather ironically supported new regulations which are considered by many meat inspectors to be a backwards step in the industry. Before 1st June 2014, […]
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