Last week, Target Corporation announced an ongoing partnership with author, actress, and social media phenomenon Tabitha Brown. The launch also includes four limited-time-only collections that will launch over the next year. Tabitha Brown, who is recognized for her daily dose of encouragement, teams up with Target to deliver positive well-being to guests through her vibrant and inspiring style. The collections include categories across apparel, swim, accessories, home and office, food and kitchenware, entertaining and more. Starting Sunday, January 8th, Target guests are able to shop the first collection of more than 75 apparel, swim, and accessories items — with most items being under $30 — on Target.com and in most Target stores while supplies last.
At the end of last year, my grandma made a big announcement, that after a decade of being a devout vegetarian, that she was going to step up her game and become a vegan. She credits her decision to go fully plant-based to her love for animals and to the feeling of needing to do more. Over the course of her vegetarian journey she has become incredibly knowledgeable of health and nutrition and has made it her mission to share this knowledge with our family.
In our rapidly growing and fast paced world, it can often be a hassle to find a little downtime, let alone enough time to stay in and cook a meal. This is where the modern convenience of fast food comes in handy, however not all fast-food restaurants are a viable option for those with more limited dietary needs. It’s taken years for restaurants to start offering a vegetarian menu that isn’t limited to salads and French fries, but what about those who are walking an even finer line? When it comes to fast food, vegans have long been forgotten. Left to fend for themselves in the culinary world. While this has led to some amazing vegan chefs and recipes, it isn’t all that fair.
Lately, many companies are dedicated to bioengineering protein that not only replaces animal meat but also leather and animal-based cosmetic products. Geltor, a bioengineering company based in the Bay Area, that advocates for imagination, beauty, and nutrition by biodesign is engineering bacteria cells to produce animal proteins not to be tasted but to be used in skincare and more.
Leilani Münter, a former racing driver and climate activist, has won the BBC’s Evergreen Athlete Award, which is part of its inaugural Green Sport Awards. The announcement came before the main awards to be aired in October, for which people can nominate sports organizations they think are raising awareness or reducing their impact.
Considering that New York City is the culinary mecca of the world, housing some of the most extraordinary restaurants and variety of cultured cuisines, it only makes sense that specialty foods vendors have traveled across the globe for the first Fancy Foods Show held in three years. After an extended hiatus due to Covid-19, the Fancy Foods Show is finally being held again, located at the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan.
On October 11th, Burger King will be the first fast-food chain restaurant to offer the “Impossible Foods” vegan nuggets.
“Going Vegan” is currently a popular diet option, but it requires a lot of planning, cooking, and inconveniences. Although some fast-food chains have made a minor attempt to offer vegan options on their menu, it has not come in the big wave that many thought it would.
Over the years, every time you look around, there seems to be a new diet. If it’s not this low-carb diet, it’s a raw food diet or the paleo diet. There are so many different lifestyle eating habits, each one with its slew of benefits and detriments. Amongst all of the information, how do you know which diet leads to the healthiest life?
Panda Express, the very well-known Asian food chain, is not known for their authentic Chinese food and is still a fan favorite. For many, it is hard to turn down their iconic chow mien and fried rice. One thing that Panda Express is known for is its Orange Chicken. People of all ages cannot seem to get enough of this staple menu item. For those of you who either prefer vegan options or have been steering clear of animal products for a while, Panda Express has some good news for you: at select locations, this food chain will be launching a plant-based Orange Chicken