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January 14, 2019 - The Malta Independent

Veganuary 2019: Plant-based lifestyle in Malta, a trend here to stay?

Veganuary 2019: Plant-based lifestyle in Malta, a trend here to stay?
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As 2019 rolls on, so does the never-ending list of New Year's resolutions. The most popular resolution is to lose weight and eat more healthily. January has also become the month in which people pledge to try - as much as possible - to follow a vegan diet, therefore excluding meat, poultry, fish, dairy products and eggs. The Veganuary campaign grew by 183 per cent last year, with 168,500 participants, and organisers of the British-based campaign have noted that a record number of 170,000 people across 14 countries have signed up for Veganuary in 2019.



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