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Various news from Canada and across the world relevant to vegans in Canada. Read On

September 2018

Balanced plant-based diet one of the healthiest
Vegan Society of Canada News, September 28th 2018

It should now be clear that a simple balanced plant-based diet is one of the healthiest diet. In case there is still some doubt one of the most comprehensive study just published talks about the dangers of low or high carbohydrate diet and the benefits of plant-based foods...

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Just the facts: Which sugar is not vegan certifiable
Vegan Society of Canada News, September 25th 2018

In Canada we have an oligopoly in the sugar market so it is fairly simple, and one of them is not vegan certifiable...

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Just the facts: Alcohol, health and which ones are not vegan certifiable
Vegan Society of Canada News, September 14th 2018

It may come as a surprise that the top wines sold in Canada are not vegan certifiable, and no amount of alcohol consumption is safe...

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Organization of Canadian VegFests
Vegan Society of Canada News, September 7th 2018

As we talk with large businesses, we find out they too would like to take part in the VegFests happening throughout Canada - but for them talking to 101 different organizations for sponsorship is not an option. This is where we can benefit from increased cooperation and better organization. During the winter, we will contact various festival organizers in an attempt to bundle together a Canada-wide sponsorship package for VegFests in 2019 - this way large corporations that want to support plant-based options through sponsoring VegFests can do so efficiently. If you are a VegFest organizer and your festival is finished for this year, feel free to drop us a line so we can start the discussion. Otherwise we plan to contact you sometime in the late fall after all festivals are over.

One of the last largest meat producer joins Cargill and Tyson into the future of plant protein
Vegan Society of Canada News, September 7th 2018

While we doubt this decision was made out of any ethical concerns, we nonetheless welcome it as a sign of change. Why not make it easier for others like them to make the change by going vegan yourself? Join one of the local communities in your area or contact us for help on how to get started.

If you are another old-fashioned animal protein company looking to make the switch to being a "trusted name in premium protein" contact us, we will help anyone trying to make the transition.

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