Vystopia in Denmark following Public Debate on Veganism

In early 2018 an article appeared in the Danish press about whether a vegan diet was suitable for children.  This sparked public debate and Vegan Psychologist Clare Mann was approached to comment. 

A full-page article appeared in Politiken, and whilst in Danish highlights that veganism is a topic sparking a lot of interest.  Radio24syv interviewed Clare Mann in English, dispelling the myth that veganism is a dietary choice, instead a moral imperative.

CLICK below to listen to short interview (combination Danish/English):


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