By exploring the crucial connection between the current crisis and our animal-based food system, the ProVeg Food & Pandemics Report highlights how our food choices help to create a recipe for zoonotic pandemics.

Our mission to reduce animal consumption and transform the global food system is more relevant than ever – among many other benefits, it is also a risk-prevention strategy for future pandemics. Because in today’s world, eating animals is a high-risk behavior. With your help, we will educate change-makers across the world in order to highlight the clear connection between our outdated food system and the current crisis.

This page will be kept updated with the latest COVID-19 related news from ProVeg International.

How the alternative protein sector is responding to COVID-19

While the pandemic is having a severe impact on the global economy, the alternative protein sector is emerging as a rapidly growing market with skyrocketing plant-based meat sales.

EU must publish Farm To Fork strategy with meat-reduction targets

In the midst of a pandemic, with EU food and agriculture policy at a crossroads, the ambitious ‘Farm to Fork’ strategy is needed more than ever.

Opportunities for plant-based businesses

In this turbulent moment, it is more crucial than ever to find innovative, sustainable ways to meet the world's protein needs and transform the global food system.

How ProVeg is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic

We hope that this message finds you well. Most people around the world are affected by COVID-19 and many continue to experience difficult times.

The role of plant-based diets in battling pandemics

Transforming the global food system by replacing animal-based products with plant-based and cultured alternatives provides a solution to many of the factors that contribute to the rise of zoonotic pandemics.

On the way to a more resilient food system

While the global economy is certainly taking a massive hit from the regulations that have been imposed to stop the spread of the coronavirus, the alternative protein ecosystem may actually come out stronger from the crisis.