65% Of Brits Now Eat Meat Substitutes, Says Data

January 18, 2020
Article by Plant Based News

More and more Brits are eating meat alternatives (Photo: Adobe. Do not use without permission)

The proportion of Brits who eat meat alternatives has increased from 50 percent in 2017 to 65 percent in 2019, according to new data.

The information, compiled by market analyst Mintel, also revealed that the proportion of self-identified meat-reducers has increased from 28 percent to 39 percent in that same time (though 88 percent of Britons would still eat some red meat or poultry).

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