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With the aim to make plant-based food more accessible to Thai families, Ve Gang (coolest name ever) have just launched their 100% plant-based Thai food delivery in Bangkok!
Winners of The 2020 Plant-Based Food Awards
There has never been more options for plant-based ice cream in Thailand. Whether you love coconut ice cream, decadent cashew fudge ice cream or fruity, refreshing sorbet, Thailand has it all.
One of the world’s biggest meat producers, Tyson foods, launched their first plant-based brand in Thailand last month.
I know your next question, but don’t worry... this plant-based food launch is truly plant-based (100% vegan).
This new must-watch documentary highlights the link between animal agriculture & environmental destruction, encouraging viewers to switch to a plant-based diet to help fight climate change.
The time has finally come! Thailand can now join in on the excitement! Yesterday KFC Thailand launched 6 ‘plant-based’ dishes at 2 of their green stores!
It’s 2021 and plant milks have never been so ubiquitous. But when trying to ditch dairy, choosing a plant milk can often be a daunting prospect.
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?
Last week the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation banned coral damaging sunscreen in National Parks in Thailand helping to protect coral reefs and marine life.
Climate change is, rapid, intensifying, and in some places, irreversible.
A new study carried out by the University of Oxford found that eating processed meat increases the risk of heart disease by 18%.
The impact animal products have on the planet does not stop at food. Animal products used for fashion have a significant impact on our environment...
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Is plant-based food pandemic proof? Apparently so! When plant-based restaurants are still opening in the midst of Thailand’s third wave, you know that people’s hunger for vegan food is skyrocketing.
Researchers have shown how disposable face masks could be recycled to make roads, in a circular economy solution to pandemic-generated waste.
A new study published by scientific journal BMJ Nutrition Prevention & Health investigated the association between diet and Covid-19 symptoms. The study tracked 2,884 healthcare workers from 6 countries and explored both symptom severity and length.
Pork is the most commonly consumed meat in Thailand, but many are unaware of the industry’s potential to cause another global pandemic.
Could these diamonds help reverse climate change? American fine jewellery company Aether has created the world’s first positive-impact, carbon negative diamonds that capture CO2 from the air and turn it into diamonds.
Sometimes when dining out with family or friends, visiting a 100% plant-based eatery isn’t an option. So here are 10 non-vegan restaurants in Bangkok that offer great plant-based options (in no particular order).
We have specifically listed packaging that is at-home compostable and also meal-plan membership programs that provide re-usable containers.
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Food scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have made an antibacterial gel bandage using the discarded husks of durian.
If you want to cut out or minimise your seafood intake after watching Seaspiracy, here are 10 plant-based seafood options you can buy in Bangkok to help you save our oceans and our planet.
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.
The world’s largest tuna producer and one of the world’s largest producers of seafood, Thai Union, has announced their plans to release a tempura vegan shrimp product this year.
Whether you’re looking for plant-based gift ideas, plant-based set menus or plant-based events, we’ve got you covered this Valentines Day!
It is estimated that if food waste was a country, it would be the third highest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world (after the US and China).
Egat's floating solar farm has a capacity of 45 megawatts (45 million watts) and works in tandem with a hydropower generation system to create a unique, hybrid, renewable energy facility.
This high protein, lab-grown “algae-mite” has the ability to take the form of any food product, by replicating any taste and texture. Imagine tucking into what looks like a plate of cooked spinach, but tastes exactly like a greasy, cheesy pepperoni pizza!