Go Meatless Monday — It’s Good for You, and Good for the Planet

We have delicious plant-based recipes and guides to help you implement Meatless Monday in your school, hospital, workplace, and community.

Weekly Features

The right groceries can keep your bill low, especially in these times of sky-high prices. So, what should you look for when you go shopping next time? The Meatless Monday team compiled a list of inexpensive plant-based ingredients that can help you make healthy, delicious...
The hot weather is the perfect time for picnics and pool-side chilling, but the sun takes a lot out of you, and it surely works up an appetite, which is why we’ve made a list of our favorite mostly no-cook recipes to keep you cool during that next heat wave.
A balanced diet includes vitamins, minerals, fiber, and protein. But what are these ingredients? We’ve got you covered. Check the list for a roundup of nutrient-dense superfoods to add to your recipes.
The fun of cooking with seitan is its versatility. The right sauces, seasonings, and cooking methods, can be transformed into everything from fajitas and taco meat to cold-cuts and chicken tenders. Looking for some inspiration? Check out our roundup of fun and innovative ...
The Meatless Monday team suggests some foods that you should just avoid purchasing from grocery stores during the summer months—for your health, your environment, and your wallet.
Our Meatless Monday BBQ recipe roundup covers everything from plant-based pulled pork to seitan chicken to carrot hot dogs to help ensure that you have a safe and tasty Fourth of July feast.
Our Meatless Monday culinary ambassadors deliver recipes and tips that can help men (and women) recreate the “manly” foods without relying on any meat.
For the summer season, load up your grill with unconventional ingredients and plant-based proteins. Check out our Meatless Monday roundup of foods that you never knew you could grill.
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Environmental Benefits of Meatless Monday and Plant-Based Eating

Research shows that meat and dairy consumption are significant contributors to climate change and environmental resource issues, such as species decline, water scarcity, and soil health. Share the many environmental benefits of Meatless Monday and plant-based eating with our free resources and sample communications.

In the News

What can you do to help? Consider donating to these organizations working to supply food and other necessities to Ukrainians in need.
Musical superstar, Billie Eilish, spoke out to Capitol Hill in support of the Healthy Future Students and Earth Act.
Following the success of Meatless Monday and Meatless Fridays, Mayor Eric Adams — a vocal advocate of plant-based eating and a long-time supporter Meatless Monday — announced the new initiative that he promises will improve the lives of thousands of New York City students.

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Success Stories

In Columbia, South Carolina, every Monday is now officially Meatless Monday, thanks to a city proclamation fueled by a partnership with Let’s Meat Less, an organization advocating plant-based eating.
Meatless Monday has officially arrived at the prestigious network of NewYork-Presbyterian hospitals, giving the hard-working staff and visitors at the Allen, Columbia, Westchester and Cornell sites new vegetarian choices every Monday.
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NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza, and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams announced that Meatless Monday will be expanded to all New York City public schools beginning in the 2019-2020 school year, reaching 1.1 million students every week.

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