All the most engaging opinions on the biggest issues in the plant-based community
'It is absolutely crucial to have important dialogue that can create mass positive change'
'Diseases are nature's way of teaching us valuable lessons. If we want to survive, it is critical that we listen'
Substances in some vitamins can be sourced from animals' bones, joints, or coats
Are UK tabloids churning out meaningless arguments against veganism, or do they have a point?
'Their arguments are getting increasingly ridiculous as the number of people ditching meat continues to rise'
Demand for cow's milk is declining and plant-alternatives sales have surged
Ultimately, short term results do not trump long term scientific data
'When animal farmers attack positive initiatives like Macmillan’s Meat-Free March, they are silencing an opposing viewpoint and trying to bully the public into eating meat'
Why does the BBC Future website keep posting misleading articles criticising vegan diets?
This long opinion piece is filled with wild speculation that is intended to induce unjustified anxiety in a dietary choice that is rightly increasing in popularity
We've been here before – viruses jumping from animals to people – but we don't seem to have learnt anything
Articles like this do nutrition journalism no favours as misleading the public is irresponsible and dangerous
What exactly is high quality British meat? An investigation into the truths behind Red Tractor approved standards of animal welfare.
This Plant Based News video looks at some outspoken meat-loving men who could benefit most from watching the film
'This is yet another feeble attempt at saving a failing industry, but people are not buying it. Meat sales are falling as people realize you don’t need to eat meat to be healthy'
As Veganuary 2020 starts, Fiona Oakes – life-long vegan, athlete and star of documentary Running for Good –gives advice to those new to, or embarking on, this great adventure to veganism
In recent years, meat and dairy organizations have become increasingly vocal about the use of traditional names to describe vegan alternatives. But why?
From boycotting Tesco for selling vegan sausages to blasting the BBC for examining the impact of meat on the planet, some are unhappy about the growth of veganism
The article wrongly claims plant-based milk is a leading cause of Amazon deforestation
'We are not suited to eating raw meat or cooked meat, even at moderate levels, as these are linked to a wide range of health problems'
'If we take this election seriously for animals, it could be transformative for the billions of land and sea animals around the world who deserve our protection'