There are critics who question its motives, but the Meatless Monday campaign is enlisting new support at a time when consumers are trying to save money. The idea first appeared in 2003 as a non-profit effort partially funded by animal welfare groups, with assistance from the Johns Hopkins' Bloomberg School of Public Health. Since then, going meatless periodically garners attention as new initiatives are launched in which vegetarianism is a component. That's what's happening right now. ...

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