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You pushed plant-based in 2020 to the max – thank you

2020 has been a year of immense challenges. Because of you we were able to keep plant-based and cellular agriculture on international...

How the Destruction of Ecosystems and Loss of Biodiversity Increases the Risk of Zoonotic Pandemics

The emergence of a novel zoonotic disease is a highly complex process, involving many factors. Yet, there is compelling evidence that...

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

January Highlights from the plant based sector: EU’s plant-based censorship and more

As we move further into the new year, the plant-based sector is all-systems-go, and looks set to accelerate even faster than in 2020...

Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture (KJWA) in 2020

In December, ProVeg International, together with the public-policy organisation Brighter Green, submitted key recommendations for an...

VegMed Web 2021: the future of food and healthcare

From 28 February to 2 March 2021, VegMed, Europe’s largest conference on plant-based nutrition in medicine, will take place as a virtual...

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Farmed animals as food – increasing the risk of zoonotic pandemics

Three aspects of human behaviour are particularly devastating and increase both the risk of pandemic occurrence and the severity of...

ProVeg Launches Food Innovation Challenge in Southeast Asia

In January, ProVeg launched the Food Innovation Challenge across Southeast Asia with the support of World Animal Protection. Entry...

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EU challenged by plant-based community on climate-hostile amendment

ProVeg International has launched a petition to stop Amendment 171, to ban the use of dairy-related terms in reference to plant-based...

Cellular Agriculture – 2020 in review

This year marked groundbreaking progress in the cellular-agriculture sector. From investment to regulation to technological progress...

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Wild animals as food – increasing the risk of zoonotic pandemics

There is compelling evidence that certain human activities strongly increase the likelihood of zoonotic diseases. In our previous blog...

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