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One in three using Paul McCartney’s Meat Free Monday turn vegetarian after five years

One in three meat-eaters who follow Meat Free Monday (MFM) for five years and beyond turn vegetarian, a new study claims.

Research by the Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) and MFM has found that more than 30 per cent of those who engaged with the programme for five years or more stopped eating meat, with 20 per cent of those who engaged for three to five-years.

The MFM campaign, which was founded by Paul McCartney and his daughters Mary and Stella in 2009, encourages people to eat a plant-based diet once a week. The idea is to help reduce

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Studies show that free food makes urban mammals fatter than rural mammals.

Climate change has long been thought to shrink all animals such as birds, fish and even insects, but due to all free food from humans, urban animals are larger than rural animals. You may be fat.

For over 80 years, researchers have examined records of over 140,000 body sizes in 100 North American mammal species and found that urban animals are growing. This twists the long-standing belief known as Bergmann’s rule, despite rising temperatures due to climate change.

Bergmann’s rule states that animals in warm climates are smaller than animals in cold climates.

“Theoretically, the effects of these heat islands

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Fat Free Salad Dressings Market Breaking Grounds and Touch New Level in Upcoming Year by Unilever Food Solution, McCormick, Dr. Oetkar, The Kraft Heinz

Consumers have a wide range of choices to choose from and their eating habits have become more innovative. Fat free Salad dressing are eaten by a large number of customers and is the most commonly consumed food dressing type in the world. Salad dressing contains condiments such as cheese, cream, nuts and sauces to improve their flavour.

Fat Free Salad Dressings Market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study the right and valuable information. The data which has been looked upon is done considering both, the existing top players and the upcoming competitors. Business strategies of

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Applebee’s Free Appetizer Offer Led to 40,000 Job Interviews

  • Applebee’s “Apps for Apps” promotion was a huge success and brought in 40,000 applicants.
  • Restaurants are increasingly turning to application perks to attract potential employees.
  • Retail is facing a labor shortage industry-wide.
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Applebee’s says it drew in 40,000 job applicants for 10,000 openings with its free appetizer incentives, a spokesperson confirmed to Insider.

Restaurants are offering up all kinds of perks to attract workers, and Applebee’s seems to be one of the most successful. On May 17, the chain hosted a national hiring day in the hopes of filling 10,000 open positions. Interviewing

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