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Kat has been writing about veganism, environment, and sustainability for five years. Their interests include over-analyzing the various socioeconomic forms of oppression, how that overlaps with veganism, and how the media in all of its forms reflects the current culture.

This week’s vegan news: Greggs launches vegan steak bakes, donuts, and soup. Nestlé drops dairy ice cream. Taco Bell launches vegan omnipork tacos in China.

New Zealand will now make all major policy changes with climate change in mind. California-based food tech brand JUST can now produce enough protein for 1.5 million vegan eggs in just six days at its new factory. Cultured fish maw will be available in China by 2022.

According to researchers, computerized hearts are 20 percent more effective than testing on animals. Two dairy farms go out of business per day in Wisconsin. Senator Cory Booker is on a mission to shut down factory farming in the U.S.

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Greggs Is VEGAN AF
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Greggs Is VEGAN AF
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This week's vegan news: Greggs launches vegan steak bakes, donuts, and soup. Nestlé drops dairy ice cream. Taco Bell launches vegan omnipork tacos in China. New Zealand will now make all major policy changes with climate change in mind. California-based food tech brand JUST can now produce enough protein for 1.5 million vegan eggs in just six days at its new factory. Cultured fish maw will be available in China by 2022. According to researchers, computerized hearts are 20 percent more effective than testing on animals. Two dairy farms go out of business per day in Wisconsin. Senator Cory Booker is on a mission to shut down factory farming in the U.S.