South Korea: You can help save the Korean dogs from slaughter by taking 5 minute actions!  

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You can help save the Korean dogs from slaughter by taking 5 minute actions!

 

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Vegan Mince Made From Oats – With As Much Protein As Beef – Launches In U.K

 

 

Vegan Mince Made From Oats – With As Much Protein As Beef – Launches In U.K

‘Pulled Oats does not try to mimic anything, it is a real plant-based alternative that stands on its own’

MARIA CHIORANDO

JUL 6, 2020

A new vegan protein made from oats has launched in the U.K.

Pulled Oats®, created by Finnish brand Gold&Green, is available from all Planet Organic stores and planetorganic.com.

The protein comes in the format of mince, and is available in two flavors; Pulled Oats Natural Mince and Pulled Oats Tomato Mince.

Protein alternatives

According to Gold&Green, the product is aimed at vegans, vegetarians, pescatarians, flexitarians, and meat-eaters.

It is made from five ingredients: oats, yellow peas, faba beans, rapeseed oil, and salt, and contains as much protein as beef (approx. 30g/100g), and all nine essential amino acids.

Gold&Green says because of the ‘mechanical process of pulling the oat-fibers with legume proteins’, the product has a ‘unique, fibrous texture which absorbs flavors well’.

The protein comes in two flavours; Pulled Oats Natural Mince and Pulled Oats Tomato Mince.

‘On a mission’

In a statement sent to Plant Based News, Sanna Antola, exploration manager at Gold&Green, said: “We are on a mission to provide people with healthy and sustainable food without compromising taste.

“Since launching in 2015 our products have made a lot of people happy in homes throughout Finland and the Netherlands, they love that Pulled Oats is such a versatile protein that can be used in normal cooking without having to learn new dishes.

“We hope UK consumers will love our product too. Pulled Oats does not try to mimic anything, it is a real plant-based alternative that stands on its own. Oats are a true superfood with many proven health effects and minimal environmental impact.” ​

https://www.plantbasednews.org/lifestyle/vegan-mince-oats-launches-uk

Kelloggs – Please Make It Vegan.

 

Thanks Stacey – Regards Mark

 

https://our-compass.org/2020/07/06/sign-petition-kelloggs-please-make-it-vegan/

Please sign petition HERE

Or go to  https://www.change.org/p/kellogg-s-please-make-it-vegan?use_react=false

 

Source Herbivore Club

Whilst Kellogg’s does have a number of vegan cereals and products, they could expand this range extensively by simply switching the vitamin D used in their cereals to a plant-based version.

The vitamin D currently used in most of Kellogg’s products is an animal-derived version of vitamin D3. This comes from a substance called lanolin, which is found in sheep’s wool.

Vegans avoid wool and products made from wool for a number of reasons. Firstly, there is an inherent link between the wool industry and the meat industry. Additionally, undercover investigations into the wool industry have shown abuse and horrific treatment of gentle sheep during the sheering process.

Plant-based vitamin D can be in the form of vitamin D2 or a plant-derived D3.

Last year, Animal Aid announced that supermarket giant Asda has swapped the vitamin D in a number of their cereals to a plant-based version, making a number of their own-brand cereals vegan.

This simple swap does nothing to alter the taste or quality of the product, but it does open it up to a huge and ever-growing vegan market.

Please join us in urging Kellogg’s to swap the vitamin D3 in their cereals for a vegan version.

Please sign petition HERE

Or go to  https://www.change.org/p/kellogg-s-please-make-it-vegan?use_react=false

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America’s hen slaves get bigger prisons

July 1, 2020, Animal Equality

The state becomes fifth in the U.S. to impose minimum space requirements for hens and ban the sale of cage-produced eggs.

DENVER, CO.Today, Colorado joined the growing ranks of U.S. states to enact legislation ending the cruel practice of caging hens raised for eggs.

In a bill-signing ceremony live-streamed on Facebook earlier today, Colorado Governor Jared Polis inked his name on H.B. 20-1343, making the Centennial State the seventh in the nation to enact such protections.

Five of those states’ laws—including Colorado’s—also ban the sale of eggs from caged hens.

WHAT THE LAW DOES: The new law’s primary feature is its minimum-space guarantees for hens raised in commercial egg operations, as well as banning the use of cages.

Currently, the industry standard is just 0.67 square feet per bird—roughly the size of a piece of notebook paper. At that density, chickens cannot even fully stretch their wings, let alone engage in natural behaviors essential to their welfare.

By contrast, Colorado’s new mandates that hens have a minimum of 1.0 to 1.5 square feet per bird, depending on the type of housing system used.

The law will also require egg producers to provide hens with enrichments that allow them to exhibit more natural behaviors, including, at a minimum, “scratch areas, perches, nest boxes, and dust bathing areas.”

These features are critical to hens’ psychological well-being, according to chicken welfare experts worldwide.

And chickens aren’t the only birds to benefit from Colorado’s new law.

Female turkeys, ducks, geese, and guinea fowl raised for the purpose of commercial egg production will receive the same legal protections, though their numbers are far lower than the state’s 5.5 million chickens in commercial egg production.

WHAT THE LAW DOES NOT DO: The law does not apply to small egg producers (those with flocks of 3,000 or fewer hens) or too small retailers (those who sell fewer than 750 dozen eggs per week).

It also does not apply to hens during transport, hens used in medical research or hens exhibited at state fairs or in 4-H programs.

The law also does not address painful mutilations, such as beak trimming or toe-clipping, though the “need” for such cruel practices diminishes when hens have more space.

For more…at https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2020/07/07/americas-hen-slaves-get-bigger-prisons/

 

And I mean…“Livestock” is an arbitrary concept of art that we invented to justify the exploitation of non-human animals and “the right of the stronger”.
The exact biological terminology is human animals and non-human animals.

And wherever human animals do not have the same demands, we are simply not entitled to degrade them to “use” animals.

Improved factory farming … no! factory farming has nothing to do with an animal-friendly life.

If all of these, who improved the farm animals’ prisons by 0.40 cm, were to spend a month on fully slatted floors or cages as big as their bodies and on their own excrement, then they would surely change either the job or their laws.

What should be the decisive criterion for these laws?

Only one thing: do not reduce the profit, and that is what the “farmers” and their lobbyists are about.

Fattening chickens in their new environment, with 0.40 more freedom!! is that in line with our moral values?

Animals are conscious and have the same feelings as we humans, such as grief, pain, fear, want to stay alive, to live with their family.

Where there are no differences, there are no differences!

My best regards to all, Venus

little animal moments

This is how we want to see animals and not otherwise!

 

 

Is there anything nicer than sharing life with happy animals?
Who love you, are loyal to you and never betray you?
And live with each other in peace and respect?

Maybe we should learn a bit from their dignity, cleverness, loyalty; that would make the life of human animals more valuable and happier.

It is deeply shameful that we, as the only animal species, still do so much violence to the “other” animals.

My best regards to all, Venus