• Marion Bazzoli

Best reads of the month – November 2020


French Vegan Translator: Best Reads of November 2020 (Photo by Markus Winkler on Unsplash)

Here is a subjective list of this month’s top news and articles for vegan businesses. Enjoy your reading!



Food trends for 2021, as predicted by Whole Foods Market.

https://vegconomist.com/food-and-beverage/whole-foods-predicts-2021-food-trends-chickpeas-upcycled-foods-and-vegetable-jerky/


Vegan Fitness debunks the myths around soy.

https://veganfitness.com/article/is-soy-good-for-you


On Vegan Business Tribe (recorded for the Vegfest UK): how to find more customers for your vegan business, even during a pandemic.

https://veganbusinesstribe.com/how-to-find-more-customers-for-your-vegan-business-even-during-a-pandemic/


Self-care for vegans in a non-vegan world: an article by Viva! for Vegan Food and Living.

https://www.veganfoodandliving.com/features/self-care-for-vegans-in-a-non-vegan-world/


Since November was World Vegan Month, you can share this article by Sascha Camilli giving tips on how to go vegan to your non-vegan friends and family!

https://ecowarriorprincess.net/2020/11/world-vegan-month-10-tips-for-going-vegan/


Katrina Fox writes about what to share on social media.

https://veganwomensleadershipnetwork.com/how-much-personal-stuff-should-you-share-on-your-social-media-channels/


Vegconomist goes over the key facts from veganz’ European Food Report.

https://vegconomist.com/studies-and-numbers/soon-less-than-42-of-europeans-will-consume-meat-dairy/


What will be the next plant-based blockbuster?

https://vegconomist.com/market-and-trends/whats-the-next-plant-based-boom-miyokos-good-catch-evo-foods-and-oatly-respond/


The vegan cosmetics’ market: an overview and a report (for a fee) by The Market Feed:

https://themarketfeed.com/2020/11/17/vegan-cosmetics-market-analysis-trends-development-and-growth-opportunities-by-forecast-2028/


The consultancy Tasting the Future wrote a report on plant-based food and beverage trends for 2021; here is an interview by FoodNavigator:

https://www.foodnavigator.com/Article/2020/11/23/Six-plant-based-trends-for-food-and-beverage-firms-to-exploit-in-2021


How the latest study from the EPIC-Oxford team is misleading: no, vegans don’t have a higher risk of fracture compared to meat-eaters!

https://vegconomist.com/health/expert-response-vegans-43-more-likely-to-break-bones/



Did you notice any other relevant articles this past month? Let me know in the comments 🌱

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