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Earning an average of 100 downloads a day, VegWorld Magazine hit number one in “What’s Hot” in Health, Mind & Body this month with the release of its third issue. The vegan magazine also clinched the number six spot in top grossing health-related magazines on the iPad. VegWorld Magazine’s decision to broaden its availability beyond the iPad to include iPhone, Android, PC, Mac, and iPod is intended to reach its growing list of avid readers.
“We knew the world was hungry for cutting-edge information on vegetarian living — we just didn’t anticipate how hungry,” explains Steve Prussack, Editor-In-Chief and founder of the magazine. “Now everyone who wants to dive into this lifestyle can do it in style. And that’s exactly what we intended.”
In fact, with more high-profile celebrities climbing on board, the vegetarian lifestyle is the hottest trend right now. So is VegWorld Magazine, according to its reader’s reviews. “The future of Vegan is here,” proclaims one 5-star reviewer. Another is “blown away by this magazine” which offers “everything [she] needed.” The magazine has garnered a stream of 5-star reviews since its inception by readers similarly “blown away” by its features and cutting-edge delivery.
Which organic brands really believe in organic—and which are working behind the scenes to betray natural health consumers? It’s time for a boycott. Action Alert!
Many natural and organic brands are actually owned by huge conglomerates that don’t support sustainable, organic, non-GMO, non-toxic agriculture. In fact, their product labels are often designed to mislead consumers just so they can grab a share of the lucrative health-conscious consumer market.
Even worse, many of the conglomerate companies that produce so-called natural foods—and even some labeled “organic”—are allied with the biotech industry fighting by any means to defeat “Label GMO,” a.k.a. Prop 37, the California Right to Know 2012 Ballot Initiative. Why are they doing such a thing? Because they sell more food that has GMO ingredients than organic food, and don’t want consumers to have a choice about the GMO. They especially don’t want consumers to know what is actually in their so-called “natural” products.
Keep in mind that the term “natural” has no legal or regulatory meaning at all: FDA has never created a definition for it and claims that “it is difficult to define a food product that is ‘natural’ because the food