Is it time for technology conferences to ditch meat?

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Last night, I stumbled on an interesting tweet thread from Manchester-based PHD student Oli Clark, who argued that conferences should serve vegetarian food as the default option. This would be a reverse of the current situation, where events offer several meat-infused dishes, and scarcely anything for those on a plant-based diet. My hot take 🔥: #vegetarian food should be the default #conferences/buffet events, and meat should be dietary request: — Oli Clark (@PsyTechOli) June 26, 2019 As hot takes go, this one’s as fiery as a vindaloo. Why? Because people are often extremely particular about the food they eat. This…
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