It's a Vegan World


The Netherlands:

Dutch sushi restaurant adds vegan fish to menu

Popular restaurant, Sushi Point (, in the Netherlands, recently added five new vegan dishes to its menu at all 32 locations throughout the country.

Now on the menu, you'll also find Lemon Ebi Urakmaki (julienned carrots with avocado and sriracha vegan mayo topped with daikon cress); plant-based deep-fried Lemon Ebi; vegan Spicy 'Salmon' Rolls and other tasty plant-based seafood items.

As well as this, Sushi Point now offers a 'Happy Vegan Combo', which includes 18 pieces of vegan Spicy 'Salmon', Lemon Ebo, nigiri Miami and edamame. All dishes are made with plant-based fish, produced and supplied by Dutch brand, Vegan Zeastar of food company Vegan Finest Foods (

Vegan Zeastar is renowned for creating vegan seafood that offers the taste and texture of animal-based seafood, without the cruelty. Its products currently include vegan Sashimi Zalmon, Sashimi No Tuna, Crispy Chilli Shrimpz, Tasty Codd, Kalamariz and Crispy Lemon Shrimpz.


London, UK:

Vegan Michelin Star chef Alexis Gauthier opens new plant-based café

Alexis Gauthier recently made the news after revealing that his luxury London eatery, Gauthier Soho, has adopted a fully vegan menu.

Now, the renowned chef has opened another plant-based eatery, this time to offer a more casual dining experience.

The new café is called 123 Vegan ( and is located within the Fenwick department store on Bond Street, London, an area that's well-known for its abundance of luxury stores and restaurants.

The new cafeteria, according to Alexis, features a menu of 'modern, fresh, plant-based food for everyone', exuding wideranging flavours from Southern California to Mexico, Thailand and the South of France.

On his website, Alexis states that \"123 Vegan is a three-part message born out of a love for the planet, the animals and ourselves as human beings, which we believe is on a path to change for the better.\"


Toronto, Canada:

Globally Local becomes world's first vegan fast-food chain to go public

Canada's Globally Local Technologies Inc. is to begin trading on the Toronto Stock Exchanges Venture Exchange, under the symbol GBLY, making it the first-ever publicly traded vegan fast food
chain in the world.

The first Globally Local restaurant opened in 2016, growing with its second location in 2017, which was also the planet's first 24-hour vegan drive-through.

Menu items include the 'Faconator' (which features a sausage patty, vegan cheddar, and a tofu- 'egg'), burgers like the 'Vopper' (a chickpea-based patty finished with tempeh 'bacon'), plant-based 'chicken' sandwiches and salads, milkshakes and ice cream.

The company also make their own plant-based dairy and meat alternatives, which help Globally Local to control their own supply chain; these are also distributed in the foodservice sector.


United States of America:

Young vegan activist honoured by US doll brand for environmental activism

Vegan teen activist Genesis Butler is being celebrated by popular US doll brand, American Girl, as part of its Conversation for Change series. Genesis, along with other youth environmental activists, is honoured in the latest episode in the series, 'Use Your Outside Voice: Climate Change'.

Genesis, who has been vegan since the age of six, says: \"Partnering with American Girl to spread my message about the connections between climate change and animal agriculture really made me hopeful because American Girl has such a huge audience.

So many people who weren't aware of this issue will now know after seeing my feature on American Girl's website. It also makes me hopeful because this shows companies like American Girl are helping to raise awareness on all causes of climate change, not just fossil fuels, which there is so much focus
on.\" (


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