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Life after Veganuary: the ethical guide to eating meat, eggs and dairy

If you have slunk back to burgers after a month of avoiding meat, all is not lost. Heres how British shoppers can track down high-welfare, eco-friendly produce Veganuary is over, leaving only the remains of a seitan burger and some cashew cheese in the back of the fridge. Perhaps you feel lighter and healthier; you will certainly feel more virtuous.

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Firefighters eat sausages made of piglets they saved from blaze

Farmer sends gift of sausages to thank Wiltshire firefighters who rescued piglets and two sows from flame in barn A farmer whose piglets were saved from a barn flame has served the animals up as sausages to thank the firefighters who rescued them. The baby swine and two sows were freed by firefighters from Pewsey in Wiltshire when a barn

By - ZsClarc

North Atlantic right whales may face extinction after no new births recorded

Declining fertility and rising mortality, exacerbated by fishery industry, prompts experts to caution whales could be extinct by 2040 The dwindling North Atlantic right whale population is on track to finish its spawning season without any new births, inspiring experts to warn again that without human intervention, the species will Photograph: Franco Banfi/ WaterFrame RM Was this helpful? Thank you

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Global wine production predicted to slump to 50-year low

Wine producers torso advises production will fall after Italy, France and Spain were hit by freak weather events in 2017 If you haven’t got a wine cellar, it’s time to get one and start stockpiling- because global wine production is to fall to its lowest level in more than 50 years. On Tuesday the International Organisation of Vine and Wine(

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California wildfires: 10 killed in ‘unprecedented’ wine country blaze

Wildfires destroy 1,500 arrangements and large-scale swaths of northern California wine country as powerful gales fuel an inferno like youve never seen before Ten people have died in northern California after what officials are describing as an “unprecedented” wild fire that has already destroyed 1,500 arrangements and devastated large-scale swaths of wine country. Amy Head, the burn captain spokesman for