The Best Plant-Based Things to Happen Last Week
Celebrity Chefs Chloe Coscarelli and Tom Colicchio Open Plant-Based Pop Up in NYC
Plant-based queen of cuisine Chloe Coscarelli and Top Chef’s Tom Coliccho opened Supernatural, a 100% plant-based pop up in the heart of New York City last week. The menu features vibrant vegan takes on avocado toast, burritos, tacos, and decedent desserts. The pair will be popping up in the space til the 30th of March, so be sure to stop by before it’s too late!
Gordon Ramsey & Piers Morgan Are Beefing Over Vegan Roast
Gordon Ramsay, celebrity chef and host of popular series Hell’s Kitchen and Master Chef, recently revealed a vegan roast available at his London restaurant, Bread Street Kitchen. In the past the restauranteur has been known to bash vegan food, but is now on the defense, telling television host Piers Morgan to “Go and f*** yourself” after his rude reply to the roast on twitter.
Celebrity chefs are catching up with the trends as Jamie Oliver plans to launch his first plant-based cookbook titled Veg in April.
Groundbreaking Documentary The End of Meat Now Available Worldwide
The End of Meat explores the origins of meat consumption and the damaging effects animal agriculture has on our planet and human health. The documentary also highlights the positive effects of adopting a compassionate lifestyle which can help shift our collective conscience while changing the world for the better.
Meatless Mondays in all New York City Schools
The World’s largest public school system, New York City public schools, will offer plant-based options on Mondays to students in the 2019-2020 school year. This monumental move will help students discover the many benefits of a plant-based diet and even helps schools save money.
Veggie Grill Partners with Sodexo Inc to Expand On College Campuses
Veggie Grill, one of the largest plant-based food chains in the US, recently partnered with Sodexo, a global provider for food and facilities management. The partnership will allow Veggie Grill to expand their presence onto college campuses where college students are hungry for healthier, plant-based food.
Starbucks [Finally] Adds Oat Milk to Select Locations
If you haven’t been living under a rock for the last year, you know that oat milk is the new almond milk. Last year Swedish company Oatly changed the non-dairy milk game, so much so that they couldn’t keep up with production for months. Starbucks caught on to the trend and is now offering oat milk at select Starbucks Reserve locations in the US.