Welcome to VeganBurg!
The world is chomping way too much meat than our grandparents did back in their day – this is due to affluence and the rising demand for meat. Factory farming has become the root cause of global warming. What’s detrimental is that it’s also the number one cause of obesity, on the other hand, people are suffering from hunger because of it. The problem is that we have more than enough food to feed everybody but it’s not going to the right places. It’s going to the livestock industry, which is eventually supplied to the fast food industry. Lets face it, the fast food concept will continue to be a big chunk of our lifestyle and it supports a growing population. We cannot change the fast food system but we can change what goes into it. Therefore, VeganBurg is born.
I invite you to start with Meat Free Monday. Whether it’s because you wanna pump your health up, or because you wanna combat climate change, or because you love our furry friends, having a veggo meal is the best and easiest way to make a positive impact. Take the first step and start with Meat Free Monday and you will be exposed to information and inspiration on why it is important for you and the planet. The power is yours and you can make the choice to do more.
Here’s a toast to the future,
Founder and Burger Director of VeganBurg
For Responsibility, Health, and Kindness
Animal agriculture accounts for 70% of global freshwater consumption, 38% of the total land use and 19% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions, which is higher than all forms of transportation combined. It is reportedly one of the major causes of the world’s most pressing environmental problems, including global warming, land degradation, air and water pollution, and loss of biodiversity. A movie MEAT THE TRUTH has been conceived to take this message out to every human being. The movie ends with a bird’s eye view of the world now, as well as possibilities we can create in restoring what we have consumed in the last few decades. Click here to watch
On the other hand, we believe that vegan food can give our body all the nutrients necessary for a healthy lifestyle. Foods such as whole grains, vegetables and fruits are rich in fibre and nutrients while being low in fat and contains no cholesterol. Besides plant protein, legumes and grains provides us with healthy saturated fat and antioxidants. Read more on vegan nutrition.
It’s not just the health aspect of it, but the compassionate aspect, too! The competition for lower prices and greater profits for meat, eggs and diary products has led the animal agriculture business to treat animals as objects and commodities. Pushing for greater productivity, the trend worldwide is to replace small family farms with mechanised factories where an animal’s welfare is of little concern compared to profit. Veganism emerges as the lifestyle most consistent with the philosophy that animals are not ours to use. Animals on today’s factory farms have no legal protection from cruelty that would be illegal if it were inflicted on dogs or cats: neglect, mutilation, genetic manipulation, and drug regimens that cause chronic pain and crippling, transport through all weather extremes, and gruesome and violent slaughter.