Fashion retailer H&M bans ‘conventional’ cashmere thanks to ‘environmental and animal welfare challenges’

h&m stops selling cashmere

Fashion retailer H&M has announced it will no longer sell products made from ‘conventional’ cashmere by the end of 2020 after a PETA investigation exposed the cruelty inflicted on goats for their wool. Global fashion retailer H&M has stated that it will cease orders of ‘conventional’ cashmere products by the end of 2020 More...

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uk bans animal circuses
By VeganFoodAndLiving On Thursday, May 2nd, 2019
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UK government introduces legislation to ban the use of wild animals in travelling circuses

Environment Secretary Michael Gove has announced the UK government has introduced a new law to ban the use of wild animals in travelling circuses.  Ministers have been promising to implement a ban for five years, More...

By VeganFoodAndLiving On Friday, April 26th, 2019
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Dead birds hung on vegan TV present Chris Packham’s property after he campaigned against shooting

Dead crows hung by their necks appeared on wildlife TV presenter and vegan Chris Packham property after he campaigned against shooting so-called ‘pest’ birds with campaign group Wild Justice. Following More...

how fishing is destroying the ocean
By VeganFoodAndLiving On Thursday, April 18th, 2019
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How fishing, not straws, is destroying the ocean

Ditching straws is great, but we must stop eating fish if we want to save the ocean says Lex Rigby. When you read the words ‘plastic pollution’, I bet there are a number of framed images your mind conjures More...

dominion watched 55,000 times
By VeganFoodAndLiving On Thursday, April 11th, 2019
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Vegan film ‘Dominion’ has been watched 55,000 times since Australian protests

After animal rights activists protesting against the mistreatment of farmed animals in Australia brought Melbourne to a standstill, vegan documentary Dominion has been watched over 55,000 times.  Animal rights More...

milk sales fall by $1 billion
By VeganFoodAndLiving On Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019
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Popularity of plant-based milk alternatives causes milk sales to fall by $1 billion

The popularity of plant-based milk alternatives is booming and the dairy industry is feeling the squeeze.  The popularity of plant-based milk alternatives is booming with more people than ever before opting for More...

rescued ponies reunited
By VeganFoodAndLiving On Tuesday, March 26th, 2019
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Rescued ponies reunited after six years at animal sanctuary

This year, Dean Farm Trust has given one of their residents the ultimate Mother’s Day gift – being reunited with her mother after six years. Dean Farm Trust animal sanctuary has reunited a pony with her More...

Toro de la Vega
By VeganFoodAndLiving On Thursday, March 21st, 2019
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Spain’s Supreme Court ends the brutal torture of bulls at ‘Toro de la Vega’ festival

Spain’s Supreme Court has upheld a ban on the torture of bulls for the brutal Toro de la Vega festival in the Castilla y León region of Spain. Spain’s Supreme Court has upheld a ban on the torture of bulls More...

By VeganFoodAndLiving On Tuesday, March 12th, 2019
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Over 60,000 dogs are used annually in experiments at labs across the USA

The Humane Society of the United States has revealed the results of its undercover investigation at an animal testing laboratory where thousands of dogs are killed every year. This is one of twenty-one beagles More...

vegan billboard adverts complaints rejected
By VeganFoodAndLiving On Wednesday, March 6th, 2019
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Advertising Standards Authority rejects complaints about vegan billboard advert

The Advertising Standards Authority has rejected complaints made against vegan charity Viva!’s TRASH billboard advert after members of the public challenged the claim that 95,000 male calves are shot each year More...