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On National Cookie Day (Tuesday) animal-rights organization Compassion Over Killing (COK) launched a petition urging Starbucks to develop new vegan cookie options. The petition—backed up by vegan journalist Jane Velez-Mitchell—has since garnered more than 31,000 signatures. While Starbucks added a vegan Macadamia Oat Cookie to its menu in April, the company plans to phase out the vegan cookie due to slow sales, according to COK. The petition urges Starbucks to explore other plant-based cookie flavors—such as chocolate chip, peanut butter swirl, and mocha—to diversify its offerings in the midst of the plant-based boom. “Consumers want animal-free options,” the petition states. “And by offering a more buzzworthy cookie flavor, Starbucks can serve this huge market.” During a shareholder meeting in March, Starbucks Chief Operating Officer Rosalind Brewer revealed plans to debut more plant-based foods to its United States locations—a promise COK urges the company to keep as it continues to add vegan food options to locations in Europe. When it comes to beverages, Starbucks has recently added several items, including this year’s holiday Juniper Latte.
Livekindly revealed that Tesco, the UK’s leading supermarket chain, just threw “Vegmas,” a totally vegan Christmas party. The event was hosted in part by its director of plant-based innovation, Wicked Healthy chef Derek Sarno, who shared some of the event on his Instagram Stories. Sarno’s photos […]
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In the post, Adams instructs his audience to read a recent Guardian article titled There’s a Christmas crisis going on: no one wants to kill your dinner, written by Plant Based News columnist Chas Newkey Burden.
The article highlights the difficulties the meat industry is having in recruiting staff and the abuse animals suffer in these facilities, as well as the impact killing animals has on workers.
“Go vegan,” Adams writes in his post.
“Whether you work in the meat industry or not, check out the @guardian article There’s a Christmas crisis going on: no one wants to kill your dinner.
“It brings to light the problem humans are having slaughtering animals and the effect it has on their mental health.”
Why have one cheese when you can have four? Northampton-based The Naturally Vegan Food Company has come up with a perfect taster box for your Christmas party. A collection of two generously sized ‘cheeze balls’ (a smokey paprika infused version and an original – both […]