While we are encouraged that a recent study shows that 53% of Canadians eat meat alternatives we hope to be able to raise the amount of people who are committed to Veganism from 2%. Hopefully new products will make it easier for the 69% of people who prefer meat to make the move. Until then contact us and you local community for support in your lifestyle change.
If one has issues with calling bacon "pig flesh", fuzzy lamb on pork chops label, the use of animal names instead of types of meat, the meat paradox and touching meat we have another solution to try out: Go vegan. It is easier and the symptoms above should disappear shortly after making the change. Join one of our local community in your area or contact us for help on how to get started.
The threat of antibiotic resistance is very real. While there is various opinions as to how we got there and how to get out of it is clear that the overuse of antibiotics in animal agriculture is partly responsible. As for how to get out of it, there’s not one simple answer but one way to help fight climate change, overuse of antibiotics, animals and your health is to go vegan.
We welcome the proposed resolution to label processed meat as the dangerous level 1 carcinogenic substance that it is. In addition, while we do not have such regulations in Canada we would ask that producers adopt this voluntary labeling measures. Furthermore, we ask that grocers do the ethical thing as well and stop encouraging people to get cancer by advertising processed meat in their flyers. Profits should not come before lives.
We strongly support the polluter pays principle that is so prevalent in the rest of our society. There are no reasons that the whole of society should bear the cost of harmful behavior like pollution, climate change, alcohol, tobacco, animal agriculture and others so that corporations can have disproportionate profit because our rules and regulations are outdated and do not properly hold responsible those who create negative externalities.