Where The Beef Isn’t
An October, 1992 survey by Teenage Research Unlimited of 2107 teens showed that 28% considered vegetarianism to be “in” compared to the 22% one year ago.
A National Restaurant Association study found that more seniors are giving up in meat.
According to HealthFocus, 21% of Health Active shoppers (those who consider health in their shopping decisions) eat meatless meals once a week.
A National Restaurant Association poll found that 20% of 1000 respondents are very likely or likely to seek restaurants that offer vegetarian foods; 88% said health reasons are important or somewhat important in their decision making process.
Adults in the UK are more likely to eat vegetarian foods for health and environmental reasons, while teens are more concerned with animal welfare, according to a Vegetarian Society of the United Kingdom survey.