Best reads of October
Here is a subjective list of this month’s top news and articles for vegan businesses and beyond. Enjoy your reading!
The newly launched European Alliance for Plant-based Foods asks EU to focus on plant-based foods.
According to a new study, the demand for cultured meat in France and German is increasing.
Compare Ethics published a free report entitled “Building Consumer Trust in Sustainability”.
According to Google trends, researches about veganism are booming!
Vegan France Interpro and the International Biocyclic Vegan Network have created a map (see www.vegan-farming.org) that lists vegan organic farms across Europe.
The German organisation ProVeg International started a petition (that you can sign here https://proveg.com/stop-the-veggie-burger-ban/) to state their refusal to forbid terms like ”burgers”, “sausages” etc. when referring to plant-based products in the EU.
And here is an update on EU's decision: https://vegconomist.com/politics/breaking-eu-rejects-restrictions-on-meaty-terms-but-signs-point-to-huge-complications-for-plant-based-dairy/
…while Tofurky sues Louisiana, where a similar ban recently passed.
Euronews wonders why the vegan community counts more women than men.
Ted launched Countdown, an online global initiate on climate change.
A book written by the director of Vegan Interior Design explains how to create a 100% vegan interior.
The future is now: lab-grown materials for fashion and design.
Did you notice any other relevant article this past month? Let me know in the comments!🌱