As the world's largest meat producers launch plant-based products to compete with vegan start-ups, beware of those greenwashing for profit.
Sustainability is more important than ever and animal products are bad for the planet, but the right personal choice may not involve sagely plucking a plant-based alternative off the grocery store shelf.
There are more effective ways to assuage your beef-eating guilt than to buy local.
We deserve better than encouragement to starve ourselves like Beyoncé did on her ultra-restrictive diet leading up to Coachella.
Industry isn’t doing its part to combat climate change, but you can make small, positive steps towards helping the planet.
Blue Heron's product is made of nuts, not milk. According to a Canadian food agency, that means it's not "cheese."
We spoke to vegan psychologist Clare Mann about the problems facing plant-based people.
According to new research, a quarter of Brits would not go veggie because “the attitude of certain vegetarians/vegans has put me off.”
Philadelphia’s favourite filthy comfort food—beefsteak loaded onto a bread roll and served with oozy cheese—is in its very essence the antithesis of vegan eating. Or so I thought.
A new study suggests that while eating a plant-based diet has its benefits, it's not the most efficient way of feeding our population when you consider land use.
The Australian finance lecturer at Monash University and her husband, Robert Gropel, sought to reach the summit of the world in order to achieve a simple goal: “To prove that vegans can do anything and more.”