Meet your meat: CAFO – The Tragedy of Industrial Animal Factories


The [Confined Feeding Operations] CAFO sector spin machine, including the world’s largest meat and poultry packers, claims that CAFOs are “economically efficient” without mentioning the billions of dollars plucked each year from the public purse or the costs inflicted by pollution on others. The truth is that public funds are handed to CAFOs for building... Continue Reading →

African vegans are a return to tradition – via This Is Africa


If you really want to be an ethical vegan, research all your food – even the plants. Indeed, a great frustration I have with vegans in the global north is the erasure of human exploitation in food systems. Vegans are typically concerned with the wellbeing of charismatic animals and are unbothered about the plight of... Continue Reading →

Appetite for Justice by Food Empowerment Project: Shame on Safeway


At a public meeting, Vallejo Board of Supervisor Erin Hannigan informed us that Safeway had put a deed on their former property. This deed prevented another grocery store from using it for the same purpose. In our recently released Vallejo report, we highlight on page 15 the impact this had on the community, which left... Continue Reading →

What’s the deal with “gluten-free” foods?


When I started out as a new vegan some years ago, I sometimes would get questions about whether or not I also eat "gluten-free" foods. I knew less than a handful of people with Celiac disease who cannot eat gluten, and they ate a standard American diet as closely as they could without wheat—in other... Continue Reading →

10 Life Hacks to Help You Cut Plastic Out of the Picture via One Green Planet


Almost like milk, plastic is found in all kinds of things. I didn't realize cans are coated with BPA—I'll have to start buying dried beans and budget soak time into my cooking (oof!). The produce in towels trick seems clever, too. Have you tried any of these "life hacks"?

Veg Diets Popular Among Lower Income Populations, Students in the U.S.


A common carnist reaction to a vegan/plant-based diet is to claim that it is expensive, despite the fact that meat is more expensive (in terms of money and energy consumption) than plants and that as incomes increase, so does eating animals. It is possible that this misconception comes from the highly-processed mock meats sold at... Continue Reading →

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