Research Suggest 98% Of The U.S. Are Meat Eaters
This news alert summarized a Mintel study revealing that young adults, age 18-24 are three times more likely to be vegetarian than the general population.
Adults age 18-24 are three times more likely than the general population to follow a vegetarian diet.
Older respondents, age 65+ are more likely to eat fish or seafood.
10% of the general population does not eat fish or seafood.
Nearly 70% of vegetarians say the exercise regularly, compared to 38% of non-vegetarians.
Vegetarians are twice as likely as all respondents to snack on healthy foods.