The video by animal rights charity PETA says humans are the only species that drinks milk beyond babyhood - and it's time to change and opt for a plant-based alternative instead
Animal-rights organization, PETA, are urging the people of Scotland to 'steer clear' of wool after the country's 'exposé'
The company's most recent commercial has received backlash from vegans on social media, including animal rights organization PETA
Veg Power and ITV have joined forces, creating an ad campaign to improve the nation's health and tackle the issue of childhood obesity
The fast food chain, Carl's Jr, will soon make history with the first ever plant-based meat commercial to run on the biggest ad stage in the world
Cheese brand Violife has launched its first TV campaign for its dairy-free cheese with two TV spots and accompanying social media
The Shopshire deputy council leader, who described the adverts as 'fake news' said veganism should not be promoted in counties that were 'built on agriculture'
The agency is the only company in the country to carry adverts on buses and trains in Ireland
The public service announcement was produced by vegan advocate Kimberly Elise working in collaboration with animal rights organization PETA
The advert also claimed that fur is 'biodegradable' - with campaigners saying the soup of chemicals and dyes used to treat the fabric means it does not rot
New Roots makes its artisan cheeses from cashew nuts
The commercial was made with environmental charity Greenpeace
The oat drink commercial has appeared in tube stations, and on 4oD
The commercial is part of a wider campaign by Swedish company Oatly
Two people contacted the Advertising Standards Authority to complain
The ad urges people to 'just eat meat'
Veggie companies are urged to join the project
Creatives said the theme of the piece is 'unity'
The athlete is currently promoting his new line of trainers
Viva! maintains it has evidence for all its claims
The advert is playing in cinemas now
Nine out of 10 people think the footage is effective
The ad 'has the potential to bring about real change'
The pork-promoting group is no longer allowed to refer to pig meat as 'low in fat'
A number of cities have rejected the billboard for being 'too graphic'