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Argentina’s President opts for meat-free Mondays

by Futures Centre, Sep 25
1 minute read

The Argentinian equivalent of the White House is having meat free Mondays. Since 1990, Argentina has been the second largest meat consuming nation in the world. Now, on Mondays, the 554 employees of the Casa Rosada, including President Mauricio Macri himself, will only be served vegan options, with the aim of starting conversations about healthy diets and the environment. The move has been challenged by the meat industry, which is naturally worried about the impact on its business and livelihoods.


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