There is now a virtual reality museum dedicated to vegan milk
A virtual reality pop-up museum will open for the month of February, dedicated to the history and future of plant-based milk. Milk future enables visitors to experience an interactive virtual reality exhibition with multiple rooms, in which profiles of prominent plant-based milk innovators such as Califia farms and Miyoko’s dairy, Facts and figures on the environmental impact of dairy farming as well as photographs of participating animal shelters in the US, Canada, England and Israel. Special events include “Doctors Talk About Dairy Products: A Conversation About Dairy Products and Your Health” in collaboration with the Medical Committee for Responsible Medicine, a dairy-free cook-off and a milk mixology workshop.
The future of milk is vegan
“Plant-based milk has a rich history and an exciting future,” said Amber Ward, founder of Milk Future. “Humans have chosen plant milk for centuries, and our continued choice has the ability to prevent environmental degradation, public health crises and animal welfare atrocities. Shortly after Veganuary, we’d like to celebrate Februdairy in a healthier, more sustainable, plant-based way. “
Milk Future’s main exhibitions are free and open to the public. The optional virtual events are ticket events where you can pay for what you can. The museum will also feature a virtual gift shop, where visitors can purchase branded products and a dairy-free discovery box for dairy futures containing a selection of various brands of plant-based dairy products.