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World Vegan Magazine // 0418

Dear Readers,

what a year!

From the vegan's point of view, a good one. Considering the changes in animal husbandry and animal welfare in western and more prosperous countries. The animal welfare and animal rights organizations and associations, as well as many individuals, have contributed significantly to publicizing the uncomfortable issues, and the politics had to move. In Germany alone, more than half of the citizens are interested in bringing more plant-based ingredients into their everyday lives. Also, most people found mass animal husbandry unjust and cruel. The voices of consumers are also growing louder when it comes to promoting the transparency of origins of their food.

Moreover, soon everyone is ready to pay a little more if it reduces the suffering of the animals and the misery of people. Of course, from a vegan's point of view, it could be even better, but the relationship between price and quality of the products is becoming more apparent to those who are less concerned with this subject because they have to watch enough food on the table. Sounds a little hard in our affluent society, I know. However, if you take a look at the latest figures of the elderly, adults and, above all, the children in Germany living in poverty, then this is immediately obvious. Especially the former and the latter should be spared from this incredible fact. However, at this point, I want to build the bridge to the core message of this editorial because the poverty problem mentioned above has different reasons and can be transferred to many other areas of our lives.

It is time to recognize and accept the connections between wealth and poverty, and the associated paralysis of the individual. Without blame, without knowing each other. I like to recall what we all already know. Should know. If, on the one hand, we consume meat, food, fashion, plastic toys, televisions, computers, cars, furniture, tools, travel, stuffed animals, Christmas lights, etc. at a ridiculous price and without necessity, on the other hand, someone has to suffer for it. Maybe even the neighbor or one of your own family. Certainly, the animals and our environment do.

The vegan lifestyle is not just about loving animals and animal welfare. Being vegan also means conserving resources. And not to wait until microplastics in the fish, excess medication in the Christmas goose and poisonous substances in children's toys make sure that the plates are empty and the presents under the Christmas tree fail. In this sense, I wish all of you a wonderful winter time in the name of change.

 Sincerely, your Markus Megyeri

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