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2010 Prius Preview

Toyota touts new and improved Prius due for departure in May.

They say good things come in threes. And the third generation of Prius proves to be no exception. Toyota plans to release the latest version of its man-made masterpiece—bigger, faster, and more efficient than its predecessors—in May. The Japanese car company first launched its dual design in 2000, and has dominated the hybrid category ever since. The 2010 update will average 50 miles per gallon, and range in price depending on whether you go with the stripped down style or fully loaded luxury version. With well over one million Prius vehicles currently on the road, and eight of ten Prius drivers satisfied with their purchase, hopes are high for round three.

Beyoncé Debuts New Vegan Meal-Planning App

The 22 Days Nutrition program—which the singer co-owns with nutritionist Marco Borges—has launched a new meal-planning feature to make vegan food accessible to all.
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Costco Sells One Million Vegan Burgers in 60 Days

Don Lee Farms' organic plant-based burger exceeded sales expectations and will soon be available in restaurants and the brand's other partner stores.
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James Cameron Hopes Veganism Will Make Viagra Obsolete

The celebrated director discusses The Game Changers, a film that showcases the benefits—such as longer-lasting and more frequent erections—of a plant-based diet.
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German Brand Develops Vegan Mushroom Shoe Line

Mushroom leather is the latest alternative to animal leather.
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Casey Neistat: Impossible Slider Is "Beefier Than Beef"

During a taste-test in Brooklyn, the respected YouTube personality said the animal-based cheeseburger at White Castle tasted "like mush," while the new plant-based Impossible Slider tasted "like meat."
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