Attitudes Towards Vegetarianism - UK - September 2006
Attitudes Towards Vegetarianism - UK - September 2006

This is the first time that Mintel has examined attitudes toward vegetarianism in the UK. However, in June 2000, we reported on the vegetarian market. After a steady increase throughout most of the 1990s, the number of vegetarians in the UK has reached around 5-6% of the population. Whilst growth has stabilised over the past few years, there is no doubt that vegetarianism and vegetarian food has become a much ...

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