Twin Cities Veg Living Issue 5 is Here!

Minneapolis was named the City of the Year in Veg News’ 2018 Veggie Awards and it’s no wonder––the Twin Cities compassionate community has experienced tremendous growth over the past few years.

Want to learn about the health benefits of a plant-based diet? How to get a mentor to support you while going veg? The work sanctuaries around the Twin Cities are doing? Learn about many of the all-vegan businesses that opened and the businesses that went vegan in 2018 alone?

We’ve got the scoop on all of this and more for you in the new issue of Twin Cities Veg Living, our annual outreach magazine. Read it online or grab a physical copy for yourself and a friend who might be considering going veg at any of our events throughout 2019.

If you know of a place that could host some magazines, let us know. We’re happy to get some there, or work with you to distribute them. Join us in making 2019 another Year of the Vegan!

Time for thanks

We want to extend a huge thank you to the following individuals who wrote, took photos for, edited, and proofread this year’s magazine: Laura Carroll Photography, Jacquelyn Cortopassi, Coco and Lala, Erin Hudson, Emily Kampa, Julie Knopp, Laura Matanah, Marina Nyberg, Carol Ottoson, Suzy Sorensen of Move2Veg Nutrition Counseling, Laura VanZandt, and Theresa Zingery.

We’d also like to thank the following vegan businesses and sanctuaries for contributing photos and supporting this issue: Crepe & Spoon, Fig & Farro, The Herbivorous Butcher, Little Acorn Sanctuary, Seed Cafe, Trio Plant-based, and Vegan East.

Read TCVL Issue 5!

If you want to support the creation and distribution of Twin Cities Veg Living and other CAA outreach tools, please make a donation to CAA today.

Update: It has come to our attention that Radical Eats MN was launched in 2018, So Good So You opened a new location in 2018, and that a St. Paul vegan business was re-branded as a bodega in 2018. The owner of the second business, which we have promoted in the past, has asked that we not mention his name or his business again. We are not mentioning his name or his business here out of respect for his wishes.

We have worked to resolve concerns related to the magazine with the parties involved and plan to have a board member be part of the magazine’s review process going forward.

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