Cambridge University students vote for all-vegan menus

Students at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom have voted to support a transition to a solely vegan menu across its catering services, write Nadeem Badshah and agency for The Guardian.

The Cambridge students’ union voted on Monday 20 February to hold talks about removing all animal products from its cafes and canteens with the university’s catering services.

However, the move does not guarantee that Cambridge’s catering services will go fully vegan, as that power lies with the university. It also does not apply to the university’s 31 colleges, although the campaign said it provided “an extremely strong mandate for colleges to begin transitioning to 100% plant-based menus”.
Full report on The Guardian site