More than a quarter of British adults are actively reducing their meat consumption

Posted on the 14th August 2022

A survey conducted by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) has revealed that 28% of respondents are actively reducing the amount of meat they buy.

The on-going cost of living crisis has resulted in many consumers changing their spending habits. As we know, meat products are some of the most expensive products in shops, and plant-based foods are among the cheapest. Research has shown that vegan diets are among the cheapest, with one study showing how a wholefood vegan diet can reduce food bills by up to a third.

There is often a misconception that going vegan is expensive, but you can actually end up saving money by going vegan, in addition to the other benefits.

The cost of living crisis will impact everybody, vegan or not. Animal Aid’s ‘Plant-based Cooking on a Budget’ booklet features cheap and nutritious vegan recipes, shopping tips, nutritional information and more.

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