Super Vegan News - Week of March 7, 2021
This week in Super Vegan News:
- As Cambodia phases out its dog meat trade, animal activists shut down a notorious dog slaughterhouse.
- Monkeys have long been used and abused to pick coconuts for Thailand's major exports, though the general public is largely unaware of where many coconut waters, milks, and oils come from.
- An eco-conscious museum is planned for an area in Mexico that had been completed cleared out by illegal logging.
- What if our clothes could convert carbon dioxide into oxygen? Now they can!
- Not sure what eco-friendly really means? And what's greenwashing again? Check out this guide to green labels.
- "Citizen scientists" map the path of plastic pollution along the Mississippi River.
- Hermes is planning to open Australia's largest crocodile farm, so it can keep making croc-skin handbags. Bikini-clad activists stage a protest outside Hermes' Sydney store.
- Nebraska governor joins forces with ranchers and other meat lovers taking a stand against Colorado's March 20th "MeatOut Day".
- Trying to decide between tofu and tempeh? Here's info on both protein-rich soybean products.
- Vegan soul food--with a mission--now serving the Syracuse community.
- Wanna buy hot sauce from people who have a long, tasty history of actually making hot sauce? With big brands dominating the industry, finding culturally authentic spicy sauce isn't always an easy feat, but Trini Pepper Sauce is taking a seat on the table, and you can read all about it here. Ready to buy that bottle now and put it on your own table? We've got it for you right here at TheSuperVeganMarket.com!
Super Vegan at The Market This Week: Non-culturally appropriated hot sauce & ceremonial grade cacao