Sep 28, 2022
PETA's Food Justice campaign goes to America's food deserts--areas abandoned by supermarkets and food businesses--to introduce fresh, nutritious food and veganism to hungry people. In September, PETA worked with Detroit City Council President Pro Tem James Tate, and local food businesses, Estella's Vegan Cuisine and Desserts and JD's Vegan Ice Cream, for a vegan food giveaway. PETA's Rachelle Owen, a Detroit native, talks about how veganism can make a difference in a food desert and change people's lives.
See more at PETA.org
Text "Justice" to 73822 to ask your legislators to provide grocers incentives to bring healthy vegan foods to food deserts.
See video of the Food Justice campaign.
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