Vegetarian Food Catching On Big With Young Women
Briefly describes the results of a targeted survey of young women regarding their current and past eating habits, with emphasis on vegetarian foods.
This PCRM sponsored study shows that Americans are eating more vegetarian meals, with 11% of females, ages 18-24, being vegetarian.
57% of these women stated they were eating more vegetarian meals than 5 years ago.
Those with higher education are more likely to eat vegetarian meals, with 70% of young women with college degrees eating more vegetarian meals currently than in the past.
Vegetarianism is more prevalent in the Northeast and West Coast, and particularly among Hispanics.