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Vegans have had a busy summer with new launches and announcements, so here’s a roundup of where it’s all happening in the world of veganism. The Isle Of Plants is seeking donations on Kickstarter to create a vegan grocery store and community hub in Seattle. In the meantime, MOD is celebrating the launch of a vegan topping with a “Plant One, Get One” offer on August 31. The restaurant will also launch a full vegan menu early in 2021, while Cafe Red is expanding its kitchen.
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The idea of a vegan future is exciting, but what does it really mean? Veganism is one of the most popular ways to improve the environment, and it is becoming a more common lifestyle choice, thanks to its widespread acceptance. Dairy-free milk products are now available in supermarkets, and vegan movies such as Cowspiracy have fueled the growing interest in veganism. Economists, scientists, and policymakers are particularly interested in the future of veganism for environmental reasons.
Partnerships with local businesses
Whole Foods, a popular grocery chain in Colorado, is starting to make a name for itself by working with local businesses to bring more vegan options to their stores. These companies, like Chive Kitchen, partner with local bakeries, fisheries, and farmers to create a unique line of products, and serve as a middleman between farmers and consumers. Their goal is to expand this partnership to every city in the western United States by 2021.