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Turin plans to become a ‘vegetarian’ city

by Futures Centre, Dec 15
1 minute read

The new Mayor of Turin Chiara Appendino has recently unveiled plans to create Italy’s first vegetarian city.

The proposal is due to be phased in within the next five years, which involves introducing a weekly meat-free day, a ‘veg map’ for tourists to source vegan and vegetarian hotspots and lastly an education scheme which will provide insight for young children on issues such as, animal welfare, nutrition and climate issues. It does not suggest meat will be banned; rather, that vegetarian options will be scaled.


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