For the climate. For the animals.
For your health.
Well-known personalities who support Veggieday as ambassadors and are convinced of the positive impact.
«With my job, I am almost permanently on the road. It’s very exciting and I love what I do. In the long run, however, it is very demanding physically and mentally. That’s why I make sure I have as good a work-life balance as possible. Nutrition plays a central role. Like most people, I like to eat meat from time to time. However, animal welfare is very close to my heart and I therefore always buy organic meat and, if possible, from a farm in my region. I am a fan of Veggieday because it makes people aware that meat doesn’t have to be on their plates every day. On the contrary, there are so many tasty and healthier alternatives! Take care and look after yourselves and your health!»
Andrea Brotschi, Model/Moderator
«I put my money where my mouth is. That’s why I have been cooking 90 per cent vegetarian/vegan food at work for seven years. Today, agricultural land occupies almost 40 per cent of the earth’s ice-free surface and the resources to cultivate this enormous area are becoming increasingly scarce. Today, 70 per cent of the yield is fed to around 82 billion farm animals. This has consequences for our fertile soils and biodiversity. That is why we need Veggieday. For me, the vegetarian diet is not a renunciation, it is the logical balance to the last decades.»
Mirko Buri, Chef/Foodwaste Pioneer
«For me, a plant-based diet makes sense because it is good for my body and my health. This type of diet is more environmentally friendly than others and I don’t support animal suffering. It also helped me defend my title as Swiss champion and qualify for European and world championships.»
Nora Jäggi, Weightlifter
«Reducing animal products in our diet is good for us and good for the environment. Together and step by step we can do it. With one vegetarian day per week, we come a big step closer to this goal. We discover vegetarian food together, try out the fantastic variety and change our eating habits a little – for the sake of the animals, for the sake of the climate and also for the sake of our health.»
Sylwina Spiess, Presenter at Blick TV
Take the step towards climate protection with your canteen - with Veggieday.