Browsing the "milk" Tag

Is Coca-Cola Vegan?

June 16th, 2014 | by Jennifer Kaplan

The Coca-Cola Company claims that the “vast majority” of their drinks are vegan. Is it true? Is Coca-Cola Vegan? While [&hellip


5 Shocking Secrets About Milk

April 2nd, 2013 | by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)

The dairy industry starts marketing to us practically from birth—kids are often exposed to its slick (and misleading) campaign materials at school. By the time we're grown, we may think that we know milk well—but you might want to think twice before stopping at your supermarket's dairy case


Got the Flu? 2 Reasons to Put Down That Chicken Soup!

January 31st, 2013 | by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)

If your mom was like mine, she gave you the same home remedies when you came down with a cold or the flu: a warm blanket and a bowl of chicken soup. Mom is usually right, of course, but you might want to think twice about that chicken soup when you're choosing flu-fighting foods


Coke Invests in Milk Drinks

December 5th, 2012 | by Jennifer Kaplan

The world's largest soft drink maker says it wants to create "an innovative portfolio of brands and products that feature the value-added nutrition of dairy."


How healthy is milk?

October 12th, 2012 | by Becky Striepe

One of the things I hear a lot from other vegans is "cow's milk is for baby cows." No matter what your ethical feelings about dairy might be, this does make sense, right? Just as human breast milk is made to help a baby double in size in its first year, cow's milk is meant to help baby cows grow up fast by providing the nutrients that a calf needs to quickly put on weight and grow. So, how healthy is milk for humans? It's questionable


Big Dairy Attacks Alternative Milk

March 2nd, 2012 | by Jessi Stafford

Big Dairy has unleashed a new ad campaign that comes across as a blatant attack on its newest competitors: non-dairy milk. Joining the ranks of Coke vs. Pepsi, the “Real Milk Comes From Cows” campaign is laden with language aimed at showing consumers how terrible milk substitutes are for them. Brought to you by The California Milk Processor Board, the ads lined up several milk alternatives next to "real" milk, with labels highlighting the ingredients of each



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