India Reynolds Goes ‘Green’ in Spinach Dress for New PETA Campaign

India Reynolds Goes ‘Green’ in Spinach Dress for New PETA Campaign

London – Wearing a mini-dress made of spinach, Love Island star, model, and passionate vegan India Reynolds appears in a new PETA campaign shot by fashion photographer Ruth Rose that encourages people to “Turn Over a New Leaf” by going vegan and sparing animals’ lives.

“If you’re thinking of going vegan, please try it. I promise you will absolutely love it!” says Reynolds in an accompanying video spot, in which she shares what she typically eats in a day. The star – who has a separate Instagram account dedicated to vegan meals – counts comfort foods like pancakes, chilli, and mac and cheese among her go-to dishes and reveals her “all-time favourite recipe” to cook is a no-chicken pie.

In another video, Reynolds shares her top five vegan hacks, including making a meal plan, trying online recipes, and using fresh herbs. “[Going vegan] is honestly so easy, and you will be doing such an amazing thing for all the animals and the environment,” she says.

In today’s meat, egg, dairy, and fishing industries, cows are forcibly separated from their beloved calves, chickens’ throats are cut while they’re still conscious, piglets’ tails may be docked without painkillers, and fish are cut open while they’re still alive. PETA notes that vegan foods have a smaller carbon footprint, as the meat industry

This marks Reynolds’s second campaign with PETA. She is part of a long list of celebrities – including Lucy Watson, Pamela Anderson, Chris Smalling, Sir Paul McCartney, and Alicia Silverstone – who have teamed up with PETA to promote healthy and humane vegan eating.

PETA – whose motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to eat” – opposes speciesism, a human-supremacist worldview. The group offers a free vegan starter kit, available here, full of tips, recipes, and more.

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