Vegan ROYAL BABY? | Vegan News | LIVEKINDLY

– [Announcer] This week, there are rumors that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle want to raise their baby vegan. The.


– [Announcer] This week, there are rumors that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle want to raise their baby vegan. The largest plant-based meat factory is opening in North America. Experts predict the dairy industry could disappear in 10 years. And find out which vegan chain will soon have 50 locations
across the United States. All that and more, on
LIVEKINDLY’s weekly vegan news. Prince Harry and Meghan
Markle reportedly plan to raise their new baby on a vegan diet. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who have just moved into their new home in Windsor, Frogmore
Cottage, are expecting their first child later this month. According to an unnamed palace insider, who spoke to Woman’s Day, “Meghan wants her baby
to be raised a vegan.” The alleged desire to raise the baby vegan aligns with the couple’s recent shift toward plant-based foods. The 37-year-old former
actor turned princess adheres to a vegan diet during the week, and Harry has reportedly been eating less meat and more fruit and veg. The prince opted out of the royal family’s annual Boxing Day hunt in 2017, and abstained from his family’s annual bird shooting expedition in 2018. The royal couple opted for vegan paint for the baby’s nursery, which was painted in gender-neutral colors
like gray and white. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex aren’t the only members
of the royal family interested in the plant-based, cruelty-free movement, either. Prince Charles works at staying healthy by eating more organic food and less meat, even going completely meatless some days. Harry’s brother Prince William has been openly fighting to end the
illegal wildlife trade. He also recently spoke at
Switzerland’s World Economic Forum with Sir David Attenborough,
addressing world leaders about the importance of
fighting climate change. – The work to save the planet is probably largely going
to happen on our watch. What advice do you have for my generation and what, what can we build
on that you have started? – We are one coherent ecosystem. – [Announcer] Coming up, Haagen-Dazs launches new vegan chocolate fudge bars. Canada’s largest packaged
meat brand, Maple Leaf Foods, has invested $310 million dollars to build North America’s
largest vegan protein factory. Maple Leaf is the parent company to vegan meat brands Lightlife Foods and Field Roast Grain Meat Co., and it’s ready for expansion. The new 30,000-square-foot facility is set to open in Shelbyville, Indiana, and will more than double the
current production capacity of its vegan meat brands. Across the pond, media personality and vegan entrepreneur Heather Mills has announced that she plans to open her new vegan food factory
in the coming months, creating more than 300 new jobs. The Vbites owner purchased the former Walkers crisps factory in
Peterlee, England last November. Around 350 production jobs were lost after the crisps factory was shut down by US-based PepsiCo last year. Mills said that she had planned to buy a factory in
Austria, but after learning that a friend had lost their job, she decided to revitalize
the local economy by buying the Walkers
crisp factory instead. American ice cream brand Haagen-Dazs has launched vegan chocolate bars just in time for warmer weather. The new offering features soy ice cream coated in dairy-free rice milk chocolate with swirls of chocolate fudge. The new vegan ice cream bars join the ever-growing lineup of dairy-free flavors from Haagen-Dazs. The company now offers seven flavors of vegan ice cream and
three ice cream bars. It launched a dairy-free boozy Amaretto Black Cherry
Almond flavor last February. It also makes a vegan creamy peanut butter and chocolate ice cream. Vegan ice cream is a hot category. Experts predict that the global market will surpass $1 billion dollars by 2024, fueled primarily by consumers seeking a healthier alternative to
traditional dairy ice cream. Experts also predict
that the dairy industry could disappear within the next 10 years. As consumers become wary of dairy, milk sales continue to drop. Recent data released by the
Dairy Farmers of America showed a $1.1 billion
dollar loss in revenue for the dairy industry in 2018, an 8% drop over 2017. The decline is far more systemic and dire for dairy producers in the
U.S. and across the globe. Milk consumption is at a fraction of where it was in the early 2000s. According to NPR’s The Salt, “By the time the famous ’90s-era Got Milk “advertising campaign hit the airwaves “and pages of magazines, liquid milk sales “were already on the decline.” Marion Nestle, a professor
of nutrition, told NPR, “Milk is the perfect food, for calves.” The professor also noted that there’s plenty of scientific evidence to back cow’s milk isn’t necessary, including the fact that 65% of the world’s population
is lactose intolerant. Livestock sustainability
consultant Dr. Judith Capper stated that, despite vegans only making up a small percentage of the population, they still have a loud voice that’s being heard by the masses. “There is a need in the dairy sector “for some myth-busting. “If consumers don’t buy our products, “milk, cream, butter, cheese, etc., “we will not have a dairy industry “in five to 10 years,” said Capper. Despite Capper’s belief
that the dairy industry needs to bust myths,
many people are choosing to ditch dairy for health reasons. Harvard cites dairy as
the number one source of saturated fat, a type of fat that can lead to serious health problems, including heart disease and diabetes. Coming up, find out which vegan food chain is expanding across the U.S. Germany is now 100% fur farm free. The country just shut down
its last remaining fur farm. The Rahden-based farm now
stands empty, according to the People for the Ethical
Treatment of Animals, signaling the end of fur production in yet another EU country. In 2017, Germany’s
government passed legislation that brought a ban to fur
farms across the country. PETA credits its heavy
campaigning efforts, petitions, protests, and anti-fur ads for helping push the
legislation through into law. With the final step
complete, Germany joins other countries in being fur farm free. The United Kingdom
banned fur farms in 2000 and Austria went fur free in 2004. Vegan restaurant chain Veggie Grill will nearly double the number of its popular locations to 50 by 2020. In a recent Forbes
interview, CEO Steve Heeley discussed the chain’s expansion plans. Despite vegans only accounting for 3% of the American population, Heeley sees the growing
trend of plant-based eating. “Vegan in particular has
different definitions. “But what is meaningful for us “and why we have so much momentum “is about plant-based food. “The trend is rising, with 40% of the U.S. “dining on more plant-based food, “particularly millennials and
younger people,” he explained. – [Commercial Announcer] Of
the dishes that power you up, that make mouths water and bellies round. And have you saying, more veggies please.” – [Announcer] Even celebrities
are loving vegan food. Filmmaker Kevin Smith,
who went vegan last year following a heart attack,
has sung high praises for Veggie Grill on numerous occasions. – Thanksgiving I’m thankful to be alive. Vegan after the heart attack. Dropped a bunch of weight,
so I’m thankful for that. Mostly thankful for Veggie Grill, ’cause that’s how I
dropped all the weight, just eating here every damn day. – [Announcer] Veggie Grill currently has 33 locations in California, Oregon, Washington, and Illinois. The plant-powered food chain has plans to open another eight
to 10 stores this year and move east, to Boston and New York. Have you been to Veggie Grill? Which vegan restaurant is your favorite? Let us know in the comments. That’s it for today. Remember to subscribe and
hit the notification bell. We’ll see you again next week for LIVEKINDLY’s weekly vegan news.

54 thoughts on “Vegan ROYAL BABY? | Vegan News | LIVEKINDLY”

  1. 44 year veg, 27 vegan – will stay vegan forever… I hope they suggest ethical vegan & prince should listen to his wife & not these old royals clueless about compassionate lifestyle.

  2. I don’t think the Royal family condones child abuse. I’m sure the baby will be raised omnivorous as nature intended.

  3. ❤vegan nicecream: vegan magnum, non-dairy Ben & Jerry(multiple flavours), will look for the häagen-dazs

  4. They are not vegan. They are just puppets to promote the diet to suit Agenda 21. To destroy the populace. The New World Order dIEt to gradually emaciate the gullible goy.

  5. I'm crying….. oh my god… thank you…. these animals deserve like !!!! I cant Express the love and happiness in my heart to hear this

  6. I haven't found any vegan restaurants in Tampa area that I like, which is too bad. I had some awesome jamaican veg curry the other day, from a non-vegan restaurant. There's so much culture that could support cultural vegan food. Yet vegan restaurants serve fancy food with no flavor.

  7. I LOVE YOUR CHANNEL, BUT STOP ADVERTISING SUGAR!!! SUGAR IS EQUALLY BAD AS ALCOHOL. STOP CONFUSING PEOPLE WHO WANT TO MAKE THEIR LIVES BETTER BY PUTTING ICE CREAM STORIES IN THE MIDDLE OF THE VIDEO!!! I HOPE YOU READ THIS COMMENT AND REALLY THINK ABOUT IT!!!

  8. Awesome video – but about the Haagen Daaz dairy free peanut butter bars – they have 5mg of cholesterol in them…and cholesterol ONLY comes from animals…so I'm awaiting a call back from them to explain how/why there's cholesterol in a non dairy bar…so strange.

  9. Unfortunately most vegan restaurants put oil and lots of salt in all their dishes, so ironically I can sometimes get more accommodations for my WFPBNOSOS diet at an omnivore restaurant that has lots of vegetable options…

  10. how is having more children/breeding vegan? when it comes to breeding animals most compassionate people frown against it because it supports suffering of unwanted animals. adopt animals and children, there is no need to make more of them who may be tossed aside.

  11. I love the editing and the content. I also honestly think "coming up" doesn't make much sense in an 8-minute video. It usually inserts commercials or sponsors, and here it just brings up the next topic. I would totally ditch that habit/resource here.

  12. LiveKindly makes me feel that the world is nothing but a beautiful peaceful place, for everyone… 🙂 Love your videos…

  13. Dairy is the pathway to hell.
    I ditched dairy and I said goodbye to sickness, and now I'm living life to the fullest.

  14. I don't was fan of megam but now I love her becouse she is kind and think for animals and environment.

  15. I'm really impressed with this generation of the Royal Family. Queen Elizabeth, too. If she went vegan, we'd be done! : )

  16. Theis restuaunts need to make there way to Florida, Georgia, Texas ect there are vegans and people wanting to eat vegan food there to.

  17. I told my wife years ago when the first main-stream vegan products came on-line" we're winning a little more every day. Plant-based is our future, after nearly 30 years, we are so happy to see so many intelligent, compassionate young people get in the spirit of helping the planet and themselves. No bovine slavery in 10 years, a dream realized.

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  19. Come on people! Lets keep vegan up! So when the worlds vegan well be ahead and have the elite knoledge and will power✊🌱🌎

  20. good to hear about the royal couple, I did not know! try Vegan Express in tooting, London! with various icecreams (alm milk based) also! I had there sweet potato lasagne last night, with plantain side! GOOD stuff, so is their 7 or many flour, pizzas! so v lovely! Mona, UK!

  21. aa heaven on earth is there people are realizing the real lies of this matrix
    thats amazing and 369 comments omg lets go

    MUTCH LOVE

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