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WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM THE ANTI-SMOKING MOVEMENT

The highly addictive, famously filthy habit of smoking is now, in many places, passé. It’s the result of decades of campaigning, which we explore here, unearthing the links with our movement against factory farming.

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HERE’S WHAT POLITICAL PARTIES THINK ABOUT YOUR FOOD

With election fever mounting, parties are making big, bold promises on an almost daily basis. We’ve heard policies on everything from immigration to tax avoidance, but where do our leaders stand on getting better food onto the nation’s dining tables?

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THE ART THAT’S HELPING TO END FACTORY FARMING

Anita Jeram is a celebrated children’s book illustrator, best known for her work on the hit title Guess How Much I Love You. Excitingly, she’s created a series of drawings to help us  17 more words

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DISMANTLING THE WORLD'S GREATEST RAINFOREST

International Day of Forests and World Water Day got us thinking about the world’s largest rainforest and river: the Amazon, which is under fire. Factory farming isn’t helping, driving deforestation to grow feed. 11 more words

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HERE’S WHY FACTORY FARMING STILL EXISTS

All around the world, people look at factory farming and see cruelty, wastage and destruction. So why does it still exist? We lift the lid on the entangled web of confusion, collusion and chaos that keeps this archaic system alive.

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‘Farmageddon’

According to the ‘Farming Industry’ and Agribusiness, the way in which creation has evolved is hideously wrong. You cannot cook and eat a chicken unless you pluck the feathers off which is a waste of time and money. 853 more words

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SEVEN AWESOME HOLIDAY IDEAS FOR MEAT FREE WEEK

Can there be a better combination than inspiring travel and good food? In the build-up to Meat Free Week, we check out seven holiday hotspots that take serious pride in their delicious vegetarian offerings.

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