|A thing of the past?|
According to a survey conducted by Linda McCartney Foods, 12% of Brits are vegetarian.
(Each generation sees more people eschewing meat, 25 years ago only 6% of the popluation were vegetarian.
The younger generation is more likely to turn to tofu, in the 18 to 30 age group 20% are veggies, and across the country people are eating less red meat, with “meat free Monday” becoming more popular.
It seems there’s gold in them there carrots, as the UK vegetarian market is worth an estimated £820m a year.)
Soure: The Wright Stuff