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Kamala Harris Advocates Meat Reduction Measures – US Presidential Election as Possible Key Factor for Plant-Based Economy

Kamala Harris, the first female vice president in US history, is well-known for her contribution to animal welfare and has already advocated national measures aimed at the reduction of America’s meat consumption. Accordingly, this year’s presidential election has the potential to turn out as a key factor for the plant-based economy.

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UK Health Alliance on Climate Change Says Meat Should be Taxed to Help the Planet

The UK Health Alliance on Climate Change (UKHACC), a collaboration between 21 British health organisations, was founded to raise awareness of dietary changes which could improve both public health and the environment. Now, the Alliance has released a policy paper with suggestions for government actions, including a tax on foods such as meat which have a high carbon footprint.

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BREAKING: EU Rejects Restrictions on ‘Meaty’ Terms BUT Signs Point to Huge Complications for Plant-Based Dairy

A majority of MEPs rejected all versions of the proposed labelling restrictions on terms like ‘burger’ and ‘steak’ for plant-based products today after thousands of oppositions. However, business may become more tricky for producers of plant-based dairy as it backs a clampdown on dairy related terminology and packaging styles.

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Impossible Foods Partners With Slutty Vegan Founder Pinky Cole and Music Mogul Jermaine Dupri to Kickstart a Nationwide Voter Registration Drive

Impossible Foods, Slutty Vegan, Jermaine Dupri, and The Pinky Cole Foundation joined together to form the first-of-its-kind collaboration, VoteNik Zoom to the Polls. The Zoom series was created to boost voter turnout in the weeks leading up to the Presidential election and runs every Tuesday from September 22 through November 3. 

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