Join Us in Changing the National Dietary Guidelines
Watch our video from How Not To Die's Dr. Michael Greger on why dietary guidelines across the globe are in need of change.Watch
What We Accomplished Because of You
Despite all the hardships of 2020, supporters like you propelled the ProVeg mission. Changing diets, sticking up for plant-based food, and increasing food innovation all took place. Because of you, the future looks especially bright in 2021.
Food & Pandemics Report
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.Read the Report
News February 15, 2021
ProVeg signs on to support Maryland HB 317 and the DC Green Food Purchasing Act
ProVeg US has shown strong support for two bills that would change the way Maryland and Washington, DC purchase food and their environmental impact. ...
COVID 19 January 26, 2021
Farmed animals as food – increasing the risk of pandemics
The use of farmed animals for food in high-density, intensified animal agriculture, results in ideal conditions for viral mutation, spread, and spillover to humans and wild animals.
Corporate Engagement January 13, 2021
Virtual summit New Food Invest 2021 announced
The first virtual New Food Invest event will highlight the most promising developments currently taking place in the alternative-protein space.
COVID19 January 7, 2021
How the Loss of Biodiversity & Ecosystems Increases Pandemic Risk
The emergence of a novel zoonotic disease is a highly complex process, involving many factors. Yet, there is compelling evidence that certain human ac...
Cellular Agriculture January 6, 2021
Cellular Agriculture, 2020: The year in review
This year marked groundbreaking progress in the cellular-agriculture sector. From investment to regulation to technological progress, here’s a summary of the key aspects of the sector, as they unfolded in 2020.
Policy December 16, 2020
Making healthy diets accessible and affordable for all
How do we make healthy diets accessible and affordable for all? ProVeg's Raphael Podselver examines a framework for action in the new issue of Perspectives from UNEP.
Many of the world’s most urgent problems share a common cause: our food choices.
ProVeg is dedicated to raising awareness of how we can tackle these problems through diet.
Our food choices are a multiproblem solution.