Danone says they have opened the largest plant-based yogurt facility in the U.S.

Danone says they have opened the largest plant-based yogurt facility in the U.S.

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Danone says they have opened the largest plant-based yogurt facility in the U.S., and will produce Silk Yogurt, So Delicious Dairy Free Yogurt and cheeses. For more information, see: https://abasto.com/en/news/danone-plant-based-yogurt-facility/?utm_source=Danone+Opens+Largest+Plant-Based+Yogurt+Facility+in+The+U.S.&utm_campaign=Newsletter&utm_medium=email Powered by WPeMatico

Teen Launches On-Demand Vegan “Milkman” Service

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Nineteen-year-old Steven Macedo recently launched Leche, a monthly plant-based milk subscription service in Los Angeles. The service allows customers to sign up for doorstep delivery of fresh, made-to-order vegan milk or pick up at designated LA locations. A $40 subscription price amounts…

Vegan Leather Puffer Jacket Big Hit at New York Fashion Week

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During New York Fashion Week (NYFW) last week, one trend that was repeatedly spotted was Nanushka’s vegan leather puffer jacket. The hip-length padded coat is becoming a favorite amongst fashion editors who say it is becoming the biggest street-style sensation this season….

Leonardo DiCaprio-Backed Brand Launches Vegan Nacho Cheese Puffs

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Vegan snack brand HIPPEAS recently debuted two new flavors of its chickpea-based snacks: cheesy vegan Nacho Vibes and salt-dusted Himalayan Happiness. “Nacho Vibes is definitely ‘nacho’ average cheese puff—this snack rivals the mainstream versions, but is made with ingredients that today’s consumer…

Australia Officially Ends Cosmetic Animal Testing

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This week, Australia’s Senate passed the Industrial Chemicals Bill 2017, effectively banning cosmetic animal testing nationwide. The bill was first introduced by the House of Representatives in June 2017 and supported by animal-rights group Humane Society International (HSI). “We are pleased to…

USDA Allows Pink Slime to Be Labeled “Ground Beef” 

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The meat paste known as “pink slime” can now be labeled “ground beef,” according to the United States Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). In 2012, ABC News aired an exposé on pink slime—then called, “lean, finely textured beef…