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Every year, on November 1, World Vegan Day is observed in order to promote and raise awareness of a vegan diet.

Every year, on November 1, the vegan community of the world celebrates and observes World Vegan Day with full enthusiasm.

This day celebrates and embraces an all-green diet that excludes dairy and animal products. On this day, people are encouraged to adopt a vegan lifestyle. In fact, according to some notable vegans, this kind of lifestyle enhances human health, protects the well-being of animals, and aids in environmental protection. Interestingly, the year 2021 will mark the 77 years of World Vegan Day.

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