Flexitarianism on the Rise; Transparency Tops 2021 Trends

Flexitarianism on the rise U.S. consumers are eating more plant-based foods, especially younger adults and those actively following a specific diet, an indication that flexitarianism is enjoying growing acceptance, according to a survey report published by Packaged Facts. Of those participating in the consumer survey, 3% follow a vegan diet, 3% are pescatarian, and 5% are vegetarian. The majority (53%) of consumers are primarily omnivorous, while 36% of consumers identify themselves as flexitarian, consuming meat or poultry as well as vegan or vegetarian meals. “Despite use of plant-based meat-alternative or dairy-alternative products being highest among those following…

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