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on 29 December 2016

Veganism was a trending topic in 2016. The most popular search engine Google revealed a significant global increase in the search for the word “vegan” in the last three years. For the love of animals, our health, or the planet, adopting a vegan diet will for many be the most important New Year's resolution. And what better way to start 2017 than with deliciously mouth-watering vegan cabbage rolls? Besides many tempting recipes on the Internet, you can find an excellent recipe for cabbage rolls on the Mama Veganka YouTube channel. Made with smoked tofu, buckwheat, and rice, lentils, soy chunks, or barley... combinations are endless, but the result is always scrumptious cabbage rolls for every palate.

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on 21 December 2016

Steve Heeley, the CEO of the healthy fast-casual chain Veggie Grill, is betting that its burgers taste as good — or even better — than McDonald's Big Macs. There's one big difference between the two: the former is 100% vegan. Veggie Grill's burgers are made of pea protein, while its "chicken" sandwich contains soy, pea, and wheat protein."Today’s consumer is more mindful and aware that eating a diet made up primarily of veggies, fruits, grains and nuts is better for you," Heeley — who, predictably, is a vegan — tells Business Insider. Launched in 2006, Veggie Grill serves fast-casual food that has fewer calories than traditional fast-food items. Its menu includes dishes like tempura green beans and "fish" tacos, with prices ranging from $3.50 to $11.50. The chain has 28 locations right now, all of which are in California, Washington, and Oregon. But after a $22 million bump from investors, Veggie Grill is preparing for a nationwide expansion. By 2020, it plans to double in size. (businessinsider.com)

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on 14 December 2016


The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND)—a collection of 100,000 healthcare professionals, the largest in the United States—published its official position on vegetarian diets in the December issue its medical journal. “It is the position of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics that appropriately planned vegetarian, including vegan, diets are healthful, nutritionally adequate, and may provide health benefits for the prevention and treatment of certain diseases,” the AND states. While the organization recognizes the benefits of vegetarian diets in general, AND finds the vegan diet is best for reducing the risk of (and treating) illness such as heart disease, hypertension, some forms of cancer, and type 2 diabetes. AND deemed vegan diets effective at promoting a lower body mass index, more environmentally friendly than other diets, and safe for people in all stages of life—including athletes, pregnant women, children, and older adults. (vegnews.com)

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on 29 November 2016

While the Salmonella affair is showing no signs of abating, Animal Friends Croatia fights salmonella with delicious vegan recipes. Although the United Nations has recommended eating less meat to counteract the galloping climate change and the World Health Organization put meat products in the same category as cancer-causing plutonium, tobacco, and alcohol, the current controversy over salmonella has recently had the greatest impact on the individual and the decline in consumption of meat and eggs in Croatia. Salmonella-free Cookbook comes at just the right moment! These delicious recipes will entice you to study the ingredients list, put on your apron, grab a spatula, and surprise your nearest and dearest with gourmet meals, with no fear of contracting a fever, severe abdominal pain, nausea, and other symptoms of salmonella poisoning.

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on 22 November 2016

Market intelligence agency Mintel released the 2017 Global Food & Drink Trend report identifying key ingredients, products, and innovative companies driving next year’s top trends. The report is compiled by 60 industry experts whose opinions are corroborated by Mintel’s database of consumer research. The agency identified six top trends, one of which they call “Power to the Plants,” or a significant trend toward plant-based products. “The preference for natural, simple and flexible diets will drive further expansion of vegetarian, vegan and other plant-focused formulations,” the report states. Further, researchers reveal that products with “vegan” claims have increased by 257-percent since their 2010-2011 research period. Mintel identified this trend as “mainstreaming”—or gaining wider traction—in regions such as North America, Europe, Russia, and China.

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