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World Vegetarian Day is celebrated to bring global attention to the health benefits and social responsibility that vegetarianism promotes. If you're looking for ideas to curate campaigns for World Vegetarian Day, take a look at these top posts that brands had done in the past.
Thinking of going veggie? Read our answers to common questions about staying healthy on a vegetarian diet, from looking after your bones to healthy eating in pregnancy. #WorldVegetarianDay https://t.co/OJiZS9mzRs— NHS (@NHSuk) October 1, 2020
Today is #WorldVegetarianDay, and the animals are celebrating! 🌱 Elephants, giraffes, and koalas are able to grow big and strong on a plant-based diet. Do as these animals do and eat your veggies today! 📸: Ron Magill#ZooMiami #Zoo #Miami #Florida #Animals #AnimalLovers pic.twitter.com/vlqJO2w852— Zoo Miami (@zoomiami) October 1, 2020
As today is #WorldVegetarianDay - The oldest vegetarian restaurant is Haus Hiltl, founded on 3 July 1898 in Zurich, Switzerland.— Guinness World Records (@GWR) October 1, 2020
It's still owned by the Hiltl family to this day!
What would you be ordering from there? 🤔
We’re celebrating #WorldVegetarianDay by bringing our secret menu item, the Hippie Burger, to the main stage! Score it for $10 today only ✌️ 🍔🌱 #BurgerFi #BeyondMeat #Vegetarian #VeggieBurger pic.twitter.com/In0g7pnpPV— BURGERFI (@BURGERFI) October 1, 2020
Check out the list of all our vegetarian friendly products here! https://t.co/ZXOfzVKVf4#WorldVegetarianDay pic.twitter.com/9PhE7YDqS3— Forever Living Products International (@ForeverGlobalHQ) October 1, 2020
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