Consumers Calling for More Vegetarian, Vegan Options

Tristano, Darren
June 2015
Prepared Foods;Jun2015, Vol. 184 Issue 6, p69
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the highlights of the "Center of the Plate: Seafood & Vegetarian Consumer Trend Report" released by foodservice consultancy and research firm Technomic in 2015. Topics covered include the estimated percentage of younger consumers who follow restrictive diets, the failure to meet the demands for vegetarian or vegan burgers and vegetables and the top condiments considered by consumers when ordering with a vegetarian or vegan item.


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