One of the most popular vegan supermarket in the world decided to team up with Oxford University scientists to help people go vegan by studying the health impact of animal food and its impact on the environment. Marco Springmann, who is in charge of this project reported that the consumption of red and processed meat is closely linked to most health issues worldwide. Against this background, the Oxford researchers predicted that, however, switching to a plant-based diet could avoid 7.3 millions fewer deaths per year globally.
By offering coconut-based alternatives to cheese starting on September 28th, this company succeeded in launching the widest range of own brand cheese-alternatives ever to the United Kingdom. Its seven cheese alternatives fit perfectly not only for vegans but also for those who use to suffer from milk allergies or are allergic to gluten.