The new food guide also acknowledges that how we eat is influenced by external factors
Anna Pippus is a lawyer specializing in farmed animal and plant-based food law, policy, communications, and advocacy. She serves as director of farmed animal advocacy for Animal Justice and strategic advisor for We Animals. Anna's work and writing have been featured in Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Canadian Press, CBC, CTV, Global, National Observer, Hill Times, and others. She lectures on food law issues at conferences, schools, and government committees across the country, and has authored a legal textbook chapter on animal farming in Canada. She also maintains a popular Instagram account, Easy Animal-Free, showcasing how to prepare family-friendly plant-based meals. Anna is a mother of two thriving boys who have been vegan from conception.
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