Office rental firm WeWork has announced it will no longer reimburse its employees for meals containing poultry, pork and red meat, and will also stop serving meat at its events.
The $20bn US firm claimed animal welfare and environmental concerns were behind the move and cited research that states avoiding meat is one of the biggest things an individual can do to reduce their personal environmental impact.
While smaller business have implemented similar policies, the coworking company is the most high profile to make the move. But what do you think?
Will a lack of meat on the menu be a common corporate trait in the next few years from firms looking to reduce their carbon foodprint, or is this just prescriptive virtue signalling from Silicon Valley?