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Meatless options at restaurants saved 700K animals in 2021: research

Restaurant chains' growing use of meat alternatives saved the equivalent of 700,000 animals in 2021, according to World Animal Protection research.

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What Jewish things will happen in the year 2022? – The Forward

In 2022, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, HAIM, Japanese Breakfast and Adam Sandler will surprise us with new projects —and even space missions.

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Nathan's Famous to offer 'vegan' dog at 13 stores

Nathan's Famous is growing its plant-based offerings, adding a vegan hot dog this coming Monday at 13 New York locations of the chain, according to the New York Post. The addition of the Meatless Farms item comes nearly four months…

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12 restaurants for sustainable dining in Singapore


April 29, 2021
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While sustainability as a concept has become somewhat overused, this shouldn't undermine the ethical practices and eco-minded initiatives by our local eateries and restaurants to reduce the overall carbon footprint. 
Whether they've chosen to use local or regionally close suppliers, opted for sustainable sources of meat and seafood, limited food waste, provided meat-free or organic options, or just weaved in awareness to the overall dining experience, every bit counts. 
As consumers care more about how and where their food comes from, it's encouraging the industry to make a ground-up change that, over time, will make a difference - and that's something we will all benefit from.

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What Longtime Vegetarians Think About the Plant-Based Meat Boom


What Longtime Vegetarians Think About the Plant-Based Meat Boom
Margaret Eby
We're in a golden age of fake meat. It seems like every week a new pea protein-based meat substitute comes onto the market, each one promising to mimic the flavor and texture of meat better than the last one. As more people reduce their meat consumption for health or environmental reasons, companies like Impossible Meats and Beyond Meat are becoming household names. 
But meat alternatives like tofu, tempeh, and seitan have been around for centuries, not to mention more recent innovations like black bean burgers and Morningstar faux bacon. Vegetarianism and veganism are nothing new—indeed they're part of cultural traditions that stretch back thousands of years. If you're already a vegetarian, what is this recent tech-enabled meatless meat boom doing for you?

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Unilever expands deal with Burger King to launch meat-free Whopper in China, Latin America


Unilever expands deal with Burger King to launch meat-free Whopper in China, Latin America
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LONDON: Unilever said on Wednesday (Dec 23) it had expanded its partnership with Burger King to supply its plant-based meat patties for Whopper burgers at restaurants in Latin America, the Caribbean and China.

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Unilever expands burger deal with Burger King


Updated / Wednesday, 23 Dec 2020
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Unilever expands its partnership with Burger King to supply its plant-based meat patties in Latin America, the Caribbean and China
Unilever said today it had expanded its partnership with Burger King to supply its plant-based meat patties for Whopper burgers at restaurants in Latin America, the Caribbean and China. 
The product, which will be called the Plant-based Whopper on menus, is made using patties from Vegetarian Butcher, a company Unilever acquired in 2019. 
The deal is an expansion of the Dove soap to Hellmann's mayonnaise maker's partnership with the fast-food chain that started last year with the launch of the Rebel Whopper burger in Europe.

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