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 With your help, we will educate change-makers across the world in order to highlight the clear connection between our outdated food system and the current crisis.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.
COVID 19 12 October 2020
How non-communicable diet-related diseases impact pandemics
Statistically, chronic diseases constitute by far the greatest pandemic. And no amount of social distancing can protect us from them.
COVID 19 23 September 2020
Communicable food-borne diseases
In this article, we'll take a closer look at the second factor increasing the impact of pandemics – communicable food-borne diseases.
COVID 19 24 August 2020
Food-related diseases and factors increasing the impact of pandemics
In addition to the risks of newly emerging pathogens, there are other factors that can further exacerbate the overall impact of zoonotic pandemics.
COVID 19 11 August 2020
Zoonotic pandemics in a globalised world
In today’s globalised world, the risk of future zoonotic outbreaks and the severity of their impacts increase with a surge in demand for animal-based products.
Corporate Engagement 1 June 2020
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.
General 30 April 2020
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.