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Ripe berries and saved bananas make this slushie a perfect pick-me-up

Bangor Daily News 22 Jul 2021
When those bananas begin their slide into super ripeness, heave them into the freezer ... (Some people include green stuff like spinach, kale or chard in smoothies, especially breakfast ones ... Yum.” ... This slush is great for the lactose intolerant and vegans because you can employ almond, macadamia, oat or coconut milk, or use lactose free milk ... ....
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Vegan dad couldn’t sleep with stress because daughter couldn’t take soya milk to school

Metro UK 24 Jun 2021
Triangle News/The Vegan Society). An infant school has finally agreed to supply free soya milk following a nine-month battle with a vegan dad ... Triangle News/The Vegan Society) ... Early last year a UK employment tribunal ruled that being vegan for ethical reasons amounts to a ‘philosophical belief’ and is therefore protected under the act.
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Why suggesting mandatory Covid vaccinations is an ethical minefield

The Observer 22 Jun 2021
a recent survey in the US and UK found that 9 in 10 employers will encourage or require vaccination and 60% plan to make them mandatory ... At the same time, employers must abide by health and safety requirements ... An employment tribunal recently made the ruling that veganism is a philosophical belief protected under the Equality Act of 2010.
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Viva Las Vegans: New sushi bar highlights plant-based dining scene

Las Vegas Review-Journal 20 Jun 2021
If you think the idea of vegan sushi sounds counterintuitive, you aren’t alone ... There was Go Vegan ... “I had to be an undercover vegan,” says VegeNation’s chef/owner Donald Lemperle, whose employer, China Grill Management, moved him from Scottsdale, Arizona, to Las Vegas that year to work at Red Square in Mandalay Bay.
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Do you want your pension to invest in companies harming the planet?

The Observer 20 Jun 2021
Environmentally conscious workers are taking action and challenging their employer or pension provider into offering a pension aligned with their values ... For some time, Rob Roach, 55, from Sidcup, south-east London, has been talking to his employer and workplace pension provider about the possibility of offering a vegan and ethical pension option.
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Elizabeth Heyrick’s Consumer Campaign to Abolish Slavery

Resilience 08 Jun 2021
The UK-based vegan online retailer www.notfrom.com [this website is down as of publication -ed.] employs a system of ethical “values filters” to allow consumers to define their own purchasing priorities, from the dietary to environmental sustainability.
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Vegan cheesemaker sold in multi-million pound deal

BBC News 07 Jun 2021
A Scottish vegan cheesemaker has been bought by an international dairy producer in a multi-million pound deal ... The Isle of Bute-based firm employs about 180 people. Its main product is vegan cheese alternative Sheese, which is stocked by several major UK retailers, including Waitrose and Sainsbury's.
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Propulsion PR Announces New Client Win in Veganism and Climate Change, Expands Global Presence

News-Press Now 02 Jun 2021
... of a vegan lifestyle. With its broad portfolio of clients and as the trusted PR firm among vegan companies and organizations, Propulsion will employ its industry-leading experience to produce and launch a multilayered media campaign for Animal Agriculture and Climate Change.
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8 best Tropic Skincare products, from make-up palettes to whipped body creams

The Independent 31 May 2021
With products made fresh daily by Tropic “chefs” at its Surrey headquarters, the brand has an eco-friendly approach, using recyclable and refillable packaging for its products which are all vegan and use responsibly sourced ingredients.
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PETA wants Amul to switch to vegan milk, MD asks 'will they give livelihood to ...

DNA India 29 May 2021
Responding to PETA's suggestion that Amul switch to selling vegan products, the dairy brand questioned how employment to crores of people would be provided in that case.  ... In a letter addressed to Sodhi, dated May 27, PETA had written that Amul should look at benefiting from the booming vegan food and milk market.
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On vegan milk advice, Amul asks PETA: Who will give livelihood to dairy farmers?

Live Mint 29 May 2021
Dairy major Amul has slammed PETA, animal rights organization, for advising it to switch to producing vegan milk ... Amul's response came after People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) asked it to "benefit from the booming vegan food and milk market, instead of wasting resources trying to fight the demand for plant-based products".
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NEVADA VIEWS: Short-term rental bill exacerbates Nevadans’ pain

Las Vegas Review-Journal 16 May 2021
(Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Vegas88s ... But the bill as written will negatively impact the livelihood of thousands of Las Vegans. As a resident and short-term rental owner of a home in Henderson, I employ pool maintenance companies, landscapers, cleaners, house managers, home repair workers and other contractors ... .
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Newly inaugurated Mexico City cafe aims to promote cannabis culture

La Prensa Latina 12 May 2021
By Ines Amarelo ... To that end, they plan to employ chefs with experience in creating hemp-based dishes and vegetarian and vegan meals and also promote different products for either consumption inside the locale or home preparation, Zamudio said ... EFE. ia/mc Tags ....
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Here are the bills that will keep my government in power. For ever

The Times/The Sunday Times 07 May 2021
Not to be confused with the Vegan Barrel Bill put forward by my official opposition ... Employment Bill As we emerge from the pandemic my government ...
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Ohio restaurants look to another round of federal aid to carry them through the pandemic

Wooster Daily Record 27 Apr 2021
The downturn hit the service industry especially hard, shuttering dozens of bars and restaurants throughout central Ohio and cutting employment in the state’s hospitality sector in half at the height of the pandemic ...Right now, the biggest problem is employment,” he said.
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