PBN Documentary 'Vegan 2017' Hits 1 Millions Views

Its success shows the growing interest in veganism
Lewis Hamilton going plant-based was a big story in 2017 (Photo: Instagram)

PBN's recent documentary Vegan 2017 has hit more than 1 million views on YouTube.

The film is the third installment in a series of yearly movies documenting the global journey of veganism throughout the last 12 months.

Vegan 2017 charts the movement's triumphs - as well as the adversity it has faced as it continues to grow.

It is produced by PBN Founder Klaus Mitchell.

 

Growing movement

Speaking about the success of Vegan 2017, Mitchell said: "Every day I see positive comments on the day video from vegans and non-vegans alike.

"I think the number of views reflects the growing movement. There are many inspiring activists, organizations, and media outlets spreading the vegan message at the moment, and it is incredible to see interest growing.

"It's been exciting tracking the developments in January this year.

"So much has already happened, and it motivates me to make our upcoming film - Vegan 2018 - even more of a success."

You can watch Vegan 2017 on YouTube here

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