I’m sure we have all heard the talk, can eating a plant based diet lower our risk of various chronic diseases?
Perhaps one of the greatest milestones of the 21st century has been the acceptance of plant based meats into the mainstream consumer market. But how did they do it?
Did you know that their are over 20,000 known edible plant species worldwide? Yet according to the Food and Agriculture Organization 75% of the global population relies on just 12 crops and five animal species.
People are drawn to plant based diets for a multitude of reasons, some of which include religion, ethical motivation, health, environmental conservation, economic factors, dislike of meat, and culture. We've listed 9 countries with the highest rate of reported plant
Cell Based Meat. It's tender, juicy and slaughter free. Could it be the answer to climate change and animal cruelty?