5 things vegan Americans can be thankful for this year
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Happy Thanksgiving!

On this celebratory day, vegans have a lot to be thankful for this year. Here are 5 amazing things we are so happy and grateful for!

1. New animal rights laws.3 cows with tagged ears

Voters made history this month by passing California’s Prop 12, the nation’s most progressive legislation in favor of farm animals to date.

They also voted to ban commercial greyhound racing in Florida.

While there’s still loads to go, things are moving along for animals in this country and we’re thankful!

2. Delicious new vegan goodies.365 brand holiday vegan ice cream

Just in time for the holidays, Whole Foods has come out with a range of seasonal dairy-free ice cream. Its three flavors, salted pecan bourbon, Irish whiskey salted caramel, and cherry bourbon, are sure to make your taste buds sing!

3. Vegans are taking over America!vegan burger

Nearly 6 in 10 consumers in the US are cutting down on meat, a recent survey suggests.

The numbers are even higher in millennials. Up to 80 percent consume vegan meats on a regular basis!

How amazing is that?

4. Vegan beauty is in.

Cosmetic’s giant company, Covergirl, has recently announced that their line of products will be certified cruelty-free.

This news comes in the wake of Dove, another multimillion company, announcing their commitment towards ending animal testing and becoming 100 percent cruelty-free.

5. Wholesome Culture’s cookbook is out!

You can now get your hands on The Wholesome Culture Cookbook: 80+ Nourishing Recipes for Plant-Based Living.

Featuring healthy breakfasts, quick and easy lunches, hearty dinners, and (of course!) scrumptious desserts, you’ll be thankful for this book whether you’re an expert chef or a plant-based newbie!

What’s more? 15 percent of your purchase money goes directly to animal rescue organizations.

 

And for a little more good news, check out these 5 things vegan Canadians are thankful for this year.

What are you thankful for this year? We’d love to know in the comments below!

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