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This week’s vegan news: Artist and actor Jaden Smith launches a vegan food truck called I Love You Restaurant to feed the homeless. Vegan cyclist Abdullah Zeinab of the Glucose Network finished first in the Trans Am bike race, and his diet consisted mostly of hash browns.

“Terminator” actor and bodybuilder Arnold Schwarzenegger doesn’t eat meat anymore, and co-produced the upcoming vegan documentary “The Game Changers.” U.S. women’s soccer co-captain Alex Morgan celebrates the World Cup victory.

Biotech start-up Perfect Day has launched lab-fermented dairy ice cream, and it’s vegan! Vegan artist and activist Miley Cyrus revealed in an Elle magazine interview that she refuses to have kids until we save the planet.

Vegan tennis star Novak Djokovic celebrates his Wimbledon championship, beating Roger Federer in a gruelling five-hour match. Europe’s vegan scene is booming, with climbing vegan populations in France, Sweden, and Switzerland. The United Kingdom’s vegan population reaches 3.5 million.

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Jaden Smith Feeds The Homeless
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Jaden Smith Feeds The Homeless
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This week's vegan news: Artist and actor Jaden Smith launches a vegan food truck called I Love You Restaurant to feed the homeless. Vegan cyclist Abdullah Zeinab of the Glucose Network, finished first in the Trans Am bike race, and his diet consisted mostly of hash browns. "Terminator" actor and bodybuilder Arnold Schwarzenegger doesn't eat meat anymore, and co-produced the upcoming vegan documentary "The Game Changers." U.S. women's soccer co-captain Alex Morgan celebrates the World Cup victory. Biotech start-up Perfect Day has launched lab-fermented dairy ice cream, and it's vegan! Vegan artist and activist Miley Cyrus revealed in an Elle magazine interview that she refuses to have kids until we save the planet. Vegan tennis star Novak Djokovic celebrates his Wimbledon championship, beating Roger Federer in a gruelling five-hour match. Europe's vegan scene is booming, with climbing vegan populations in France, Sweden, and Switzerland. The United Kingdom's vegan population reaches 3.5 million.