GfK survey: Many vegetarians just eat meat
This is reported by the trade magazine 'Voeding Magazine' for nutritionists and healthcare professionals.
In principle, we have a number of different eating identities for people: the omnivore (omnivore), the vegetarian (no meat), the vegan (no animal product at all) and the flexitarian (does not eat meat 3 or more days a week, but usually eats fish). ). Respondents were asked to which 'eating group' they considered themselves to be. This resulted in the following distribution:
• 74% omnivore/omnivore
• 20% ﬂexitarian
• 3% vegetarian
• 1% vegan (vegan)
• 2% other (how..?)
The researchers looked at how often respondents used which animal products. Namely meat (total), chicken, eggs, cheese and dairy (total). And that yielded the following results.
• flexitarians eat less meat than omnivores and more often opt for organic;
• at least 40% of the vegetarians indicated that they still eat meat daily or regularly;
• more than half of vegans consume cheese or dairy products daily or regularly.
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