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PETA RELEASES COOKBOOK: ROAD TO VEGANISM

PETA                                                                                                                                          

Contact: Tiffany Manley, Media Relations Director

               tiffanymanley@peta.com

               443-995-5842

 

PETA IS HELPING CHANGE THE WORLD ONE STEP AT A TIME

  • Peta releases its first cookbook called Road to Veganism

  • Peta continues to fight for animal rights by publishing a cookbook

  • It was released on April 1, 2015

  • The cookbook has four sections to reach four different categories of food lovers

  • Hundreds of recipes from 3 talented chefs

  • Sold in stores in all 50 states

  • Peta wants to help the health of animals, people, and the earth

  • Step-by-step how to transition to a vegan lifestyle

  • Facts on every page

  • Used at a California high school for football team dinner

  • “I thought I was going to starve when I heard we were having a vegan meal, but after I ate it, I felt energized and didn’t want to take a nap which is what usually happens after team dinner,” Brian Louck, the senior quarterback, said.

  • Featured on Live with Kelly and Michael, I am Food Blog, and in Cosmopolitan Magazine.

  • “This cookbook answers all the questions I had in one place when I decided to transition to veganism.”

  • It not only tells you recipes, but it informs you with what companies don’t use animal for testing, how to save animals, and every way to be vegan

        



 


Twitter Pitch: PeTA’s new cookbook is on sale now at your local bookstore #RoadtoVeganism


Keyword tags: Peta, Animal Rights, Ethical, Veganism, Animal Testing, cookbook, green, clean eating, animal lovers.


Description: PeTA was founded in 1980 in Virginia by Ingrid Newkirk and Alex Pacheco. There are over 3 million members and it is the largest animal rights organization in the world.