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Biao Skincare Joins Anti-Animal Testing Campaign

“Beautiful women tested” Biao Skincare is animal- and eco-friendly with its packaging and production.

Makeup line Biao Skincare has joined the Humane Society of the United States’ Be Cruelty-Free campaign to end cosmetics animal-testing. Biao (Beautiful Inside and Out) was started by military veteran Nicole Baldwin, who became a licensed esthetician after returning from her tenure in Iraq where she was subjected to sun, dust, and stress that damaged her skin. Launched in 2010, the Houston-based Biao not only abstains from testing on animals, but also has eco-friendly packaging, is made from 100 percent recyclable post-consumer materials, and is embedded with wildflower seeds so customers can plant it in the ground.

Mosa Meat to Debut Slaughter-Free Meat by 2020

The European company that made the first lab-grown hamburger—for a cost of $325,000—will soon debut on menus at upscale restaurants.
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Grass is Running Out for Grass-Fed Beef

High demand for what consumers think is healthier cow meat, along with climate change, is creating a shortage in nutritious grass.
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Impossible Burger Prompts Eatery to Offer Vegan Options

After overwhelming interest in its newest menu item, Hell's Kitchen Minneapolis launches vegan buns and designates non-meat cooktops for the Impossible Burger.
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Plant-Based Acquisitions Quadrupled in 2017

Companies such as Nestlé, Maple Leaf Foods, and General Mills continue to diversify their portfolios with profitable plant-based brands.
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Vegan Senator Cory Booker Launches Podcast

The senator launched his Lift Every Voice podcast on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to elevate the voices of activists fighting for social justice.
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