While it’s a no brainer that a country with verdure on its flag would support eating vegan, it’s nice to see Canada taking some real initiatives by investing in Vegan Meats, the foreseeable meat-free future. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that the Canadian government will invest roughly $100 million to a Merit Functional Foods facility in Winnipeg, Canadian based Merit focuses on eco-friendly,plant-based proteins.
“As people around the world start eating more plant-based products, we have an opportunity to bring together Canadian innovation and Canadian crops and a chance to create good, well-paying jobs,” Trudeau said in his address.
In addition to adding jobs and supporting farmers, Trudeau stated that the “facility will be a world leader in plant-based proteins” and that sensible ventures like this one set up “Canada for success on the world stage.”
As COVID-19 has exposed serious health risks coupled with factory farms and slaughterhouses. Thus one argues that the world needs more functional leaders like Trudeau, who is willing to embrace clean, compassionate, and clever food elucidations.
Why Is Meat Even Still a thing?
Deadly viruses, devastating forest fires, fast-tracking climate change—eating animals has apocalyptic aftermaths. We cannot expect to continue living on the universe if we continue to ill-use and eat animals. It’s really that simple.
We’ll be better off as a species once we start viewing pigs as fellow living beings who love to play games and cuddle their babies—and chickens as the affectionate mothers they are. Like many other animals, cows have best friends, solve critical-thinking problems, and enjoy the company of jolly humans over scrooges.
All animals value their lives and will do whatever they can to live free from harm. Once we finally admit the complex lives of animals, we’ll be saving not only them but also ourselves
Buzzmag urges everyone to go vegan—right here, right now.
By doing so, you’ll spare nearly 200 living, feeling beings a year a terrifying death. There’s simply no easier way to help animals, prevent suffering, and reduce your own carbon footprint than by choosing to go vegan today!
Therefore, we urge you to start living empathetically and play a part in protecting the ecosystem because we as people have to play a crucial role in safeguarding our universe. We are all in it together, so please do your part.