More Than 2.5 Million Australians No Longer Eat Meat

Just over 12 percent of Australians say they aren’t eating meat; research links the change to activism but growing concern over meat’s health risks may also play a role.

The number of Australians leaving meat off their plate continues to climb, according to a new report by independent research company Roy Morgan.

The report found that 2.5 million Australians, or 12.1 percent of the population, now eat food that is all “or almost all” vegetarian, up from 2.2 million in 2014.

Why Are Australians Ditching Meat?

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Author: Alexander Light

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