Many people are looking to reduce meat in their diet, mostly for health reasons, but also due to the production restrictions caused by COVID-19, meat shortages are becoming more common, and people are starting to seek out alternative protein sources.
Livestock is the cause of one-fifth of all climate change causing greenhouse gas emissions, according to a 2014 U.S. land use study, with cattle taking the greatest toll on the health of the environment.
Family meal time is also an important opportunity to explore different cultures through food. Cooking is a global art form that bridges you to other cultures and traditions, and eating global cuisines offers a delicious lesson in diversity, teaching us to appreciate our d...
As families eat more meals at home, getting kids to help out in the kitchen has become even easier. Teaching children how to cook helps develop an appreciation and reverence for food; they’re also more likely to experiment with different ingredients.
Earlier this month, to celebrate Chinese New year, The Good Food Fund in China — in collaboration with Meatless Monday and Slow Food International — hosted a series of events, known collectively as The Good Food Festival. Local community leaders in Xinzhuang Village, Beij...
New York City has passed a historic resolution supporting the promotion and adoption of Meatless Monday for residents, businesses, and government organizations. The resolution encourages individuals and public and private institutions to try and provide plant-based option...
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.
New York City schools, the largest public school system in the world, will launch Meatless Monday for all 1.1 million students beginning this fall. Students will have access to an all-vegetarian breakfast and lunch every Monday.
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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