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Anam Alam

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Anam is a freelance writer for The Vegan Review and a student studying journalism. She is a passionate writer who possesses a range of skills ranging from audio, video, editorial and creative writing. Her goal is to educate the public and the world with stories that she feels need to be talked more about in society.

Dean Howell: ‘I had my best years in football once I went vegan’

Footballer-turned-entrepreneur Dean Howell talks about veganism in sport, his businesses, and how he won’t let anything bring him down. The loss of his grandmother took...

The Ultimate Guide to vegan and sustainable period products

Not all period products are vegan. Here's our Ultimate Guide for everything you need to know about cruelty-free and sustainable menstrual products. Standard period products...

Three vegans talk about the positive impact veganism has on their mental health

The Vegan Review interviewed three vegans who say veganism has improved their mental health, reducing guilt and alleviating stress. A recent study published in Critical...

UK government urged to ban free dairy milk in schools

Health professionals and some doctors are putting pressure on the UK government to ban schools from providing free dairy milk. The Labour government of 1946...

UK supermarkets reveal their festive vegan Christmas range

Waitrose, Tesco and Aldi have all unveiled their new Christmas range for vegans. Last week, UK supermarket chain Waitrose revealed its new vegan food offerings...

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The fashion industry is facing a global waste crisis. Tired of witnessing this, Beatrix Taylor launched plant-based leather retailer Kairi London. “I’m a bit of...

Eat Just’s cell-based meat approved for sale in Singapore in a world first

Singapore's regulatory authorities have approved Eat Just's cell-based meat for human consumption for the first time, as part of chicken bites. In a global first,...