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Meat giant Tyson Foods announced it will be participating in the rising vegan protein market.

A documentary about a reformed cattle farmer, “73 Cows” wins an award for best short film at the BAFTAs.

Baby boomers are going vegan in record numbers, and are seeing great health benefits.

Australia has banned animal cosmetic testing, Hershey’s chocolate company has re-committed to its cruelty-free status, and L.A. has ditched fur thanks to new legislation.

New York Fashion week embraced vegan faux fur – Jean Paul Gaultier and Diane von Fürstenberg among its cruelty-free designers.

Vegan-friendly pizza joint, backed by Lebron James, offers vegan cheese and is set to open 500 locations.

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VEGAN NEWS ROUNDUP 22ND FEBRUARY 2019
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VEGAN NEWS ROUNDUP 22ND FEBRUARY 2019
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Meat giant Tyson Foods announced it will be participating in the rising vegan protein market. A documentary about a reformed cattle farmer, "73 Cows" wins an award for best short film at the BAFTAs. Baby boomers are going vegan in record numbers, and are seeing great health benefits. Australia has banned animal cosmetic testing, Hershey's chocolate company has re-committed to its cruelty-free status, and L.A. has ditched fur thanks to new legislation. New York Fashion week embraced vegan faux fur - Jean Paul Gaultier and Diane von Fürstenberg among its cruelty-free designers. Vegan-friendly pizza joint, backed by Lebron James, offers vegan cheese and is set to open 500 locations.