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14 November 1999


November 25 is International Meatless Day. There are many reasons why meat has fallen out of favor as a preferred food item. In more and more nations all over the world, vegetarianism is being embraced by people from all walks of life.

In response to this growing trend, November 25 has been declared as International Meatless Day.

Those who normally include meat (fish, seafood etc.) in their diet pledge to abstain from meat on this day. Of course, they can pledge to abstain for more than one day but one day is a good beginning.

To learn more about why being vegetarian is good, visit

Meanwhile, how about pledging for one meat-free day a year in your life?


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