Which Meat Free Week are you after ?

In the coming years, we hope to bring Meat Free Week to more countries. By supporting either Australia or the UK, you’re helping us along that journey

Australian's eat over half a billion chickens a year. Most are factory farmed. Where does yours come from?
Australian's eat almost three times meat as the world average and double recommended dietary guidelines. How much are you eating?
At a time when some 800 million people suffer from malnutrition, one third of the world's harvest is fed to farm animals. Enough to feed almost three billion people.
Did you know 70% of smallgoods (ham, salami, pepperoni etc) sold in Australia are made with imported pork, increasing your risk of antibiotic resistance.
“By participating in Meat free week you can do your bit to bring about some positive change.” Simon Bryant
Too much processed meat increases the risk of bowel cancer - Australia's 2nd biggest cancer killer. Are you at risk?
The U.N. has identified the livestock industry as one of the most significant contributors to today's most serious environmental problems.
Why is Meat Free Week only one week? Because we didn't think you'd make it through a month!
More Australians are supporting sustainable and ethical farming practices. Are you one of them?
90% of bacon, ham and pork we eat has come from factory farms. Will you choose free range?
Leading world scientists warn of water shortages for food production by 2050. It takes 3,900 litres to produce 1kg of chicken and just 1,300 litres of water to produce 1kg of wheat.
Almost 92% of Australians are not eating enough vegetables. What's on your plate?
Nearly all of the world's fishing zones have exceeded their natural limits because of overfishing. Yet, one third of all fish caught is fed directly to livestock. Does that make sense to you?

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