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Study Reveals Attitudes to Veganism Across Generations

A recent study of 2,000 adults revealed a vast generational difference on the view of vegan, vegetarian, and flexitarian lifestyles. The research, conducted by Wellwoman Vegan and carried out via OnePoll, found millennial Brits are far more likely to embrace a flexitarian diet or follow a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle, but nearly 50% of those over 51 don’t believe that vegan diet will have a positive effect on their health.


Study Says One in Three Americans are Flexitarian

A new piece of research, conducted by OnePoll, found that when examining the habits of 2,000 Americans, one in three consumers in the US now considers themselves a flexitarian, and say that they consume plant-based meals at least once a day, amounting to on average four plant-based meals every week.