Nearly a Quarter of Americans Are Now Eating Plant-Based Meat Alternatives


Cameron Alvar, The Beet.

November 12, 2020


Plant-based foods have become increasingly more popular in the U.S. in recent months, and now nearly one-quarter of the US population are trying new plant-based meat alternatives, according to a consumer study. Since the pandemic buying spree sales of plant-based foods are up 35 percent, as more Americans who do not define themselves as vegan or even plant-based want to try the new meatless offerings that are flooding the market.


The flexitarian movement is being met by food companies that are releasing more plant-based alternatives every day, and health-conscious consumers are excited to try them. Nearly 23 percent of Americans have consumed plant-based meat products according to a study conducted by OnePoll, on behalf of Herbalife Nutrition


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