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Not long ago, veganism was completely unconventional. Anyone who identified as a vegan was immediately categorized as a hippy or extremist instead of an everyday person who just wanted to live more compassionately. Back then, meat- and dairy-free products weren’t quite as accessible or even that appetizing, but now, that’s all changing. More and more people—from celebrities and professional athletes to your next-door neighbor—are seeing the benefits of shifting away from consuming and using animal products. Veganism may not be entirely mainstream just yet, but there are a number of signs that demonstrate its far-reaching impact on industries and society in general. The year 2019 may have been dubbed the “Year of the Vegan,” but here are eight reasons why we’re convinced 2020 will be the most vegan year yet.