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    The Vegan Table who was publicly voted as, not only the ‘Best Plant-Based Restaurant In Phuket’, but also the ‘Best Plant-Based Burger In Phuket’ AND the ‘Best Plant-Based Thai Dish In Phuket’… has soft-opened a branch in Bangkok, and we’re so excited!
    Veli Meat, which is the newest plant-based meat to launch in Thailand is a 100% plant-based meat upgrade made with soy protein, but also features 3 different types of mushrooms as the star ingredients to boost it’s nutritional value!
    Alpro is one of the first brands in Europe to bring plant-based dairy upgrades to the mainstream originally with their soy milks and desserts, becoming a favourite to vegans since the 1980’s. Alpro is now capturing the plant-based and flexitarian market with their new oat milk products!
    The 100% vegan and jay product is expected to be fully available nationwide by the end of January in convenience stores, super/hyper markets, eCommerce and local stores.
    The initiative, coordinated by the NGOs Sinergia Animal, aims to partner up with educational institutions, such as schools, universities, as well as companies and governmental institutions, and provide free support from dieticians and specialized chefs for them to serve greener meals by adding more plant-based options in their restaurants and cafes.
    It’s not new to the scene, the lean, clean, environmentally green, superfood machine, found in many great cuisines, filled to the brim with protein, encourages trips to the latrine. Ladies and gentlemen, the soybean.
    🌱 We were honoured to be joined by Sara Hohler during her first Jay festival as a vegan! Sara joined us on a tour around Central Food Hall’s Jay festival and helped us try some of the tastiest Jay food in town!
    J Festival 2021 is almost here! Here is a full list of this year's J Festival menus so far. A list specifically designed to make your stomach rumble!
    Over the last century, we have been obsessed with protein. Everyone is always talking about foods that are ‘full of protein’, protein shakes, high protein diets and where to get your protein. But why is this? Should we really be worried about protein? And how much protein do we actually need?
    Imagine the impact we could have if we all switched to a plant-based diet…! Here are 10 tips to keep you eating plants long term!
    Monopoly Go Green rewards players for eating plant-based ice cream, using the bike lane, installing solar panels, planting trees, composting, choosing electric vehicles and buying wind farms.
    You may have seen our recent video campaign in partnership with VGI that launched across the BTS. In this video, we introduce the Climate Clock. But, what is the Climate Clock and why is it important?
    Volvo have announced their plans to only sell electric cars by 2030. Volvo have said they plan to phase out any car in its global portfolio with an internal combustion engine, including hybrids. To add to their sustainability goals, Volvo have also said that they plan on going leather-free.
    Vitamin B12 is not just a vegan concern! Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that is essential to human health. It is produced by bacteria found in soil. Before large-scale farming and pesticide use, humans and animals alike got their vitamin B12 from food grown in soil. But due to soil desertification and mineral depletion, B12 is no longer found in most of the soil that we grow our food in.
    There’s a long-standing misconception that plant-based food is expensive. But when you break it down, some of the highest sources of plant-based protein (and the healthiest sources of protein overall) are actually some of the cheapest foods in the world.
    2020 is going to be the year that everyone remembers. This year has changed the entire world in so many ways. All of this bad news has left many of us feeling hopeless and powerless. Here is our Covid-19 year in review that will leave you feeling empowered and hopeful for the future of our planet.
    It’s not new to the scene, the lean, clean, environmentally green, superfood machine, found in many great cuisines, filled to the brim with protein, encourages trips to the latrine. Ladies and gentlemen, the soybean.
    It’s not often that a corporate responsibility & sustainability report makes us (or anyone in the entire world) smile. But this one, did not only that, it also filled us with hope, showing us that big corporations around the world are really beginning to take our future seriously. Dole seems to be planting seeds of both banana trees and sustainability. They are dropping down roots for the future.
    Plant protein is actually much healthier than animal based protein and it is very easy to get your daily intake of protein via plants. After all, that’s how big, strong animals like gorillas, elephants and rhinos get their protein! High protein plant foods include tempeh, tofu, peas, soy beans, lentils, black beans and oats.
    Sometimes seeing just one delicious and easy plant-based recipe or one drool worthy picture of someone else's dinner on your facebook feed to inspire you to eat more plant-based food. Or maybe you're looking for opinions from like-minded people on the best plant-based noodles or pizza in town.
    Plant-based foods like plant meats, cheeses and milks have long been referred to as 'fake' versions of the 'real' foods. 'Fake meat' has become the most common use of this word among the plant-based community and we want to put an end to it.
    It’s that time of year again, when that pungent, but the delicious smell can be found on almost every street corner. If you are like me, then you are now probably daydreaming about those creamy, juicy, sweet little lobes of wonder that you find inside the spiky exterior. But, if you haven’t yet fallen for durian, then you are probably starting to feel a little nauseous after the mention of this intrusively stinky fruit.
    Vistro, a 100% vegan restaurant opened just under a year ago, and has been wildly successful. With perfectly presented sushi burritos, burgers, chocolates, fish tacos, salads, cakes, sandwiches, doughnuts and smoothie bowls on the menu, it's no wonder their instagram feed is the stuff that dreams are made of.
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