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  • Vegetarian Visitor - Guide to Vegetarian-friendly

    vegetarian food and accommodation in wales to eat and sleep

  • Meat Free & Vegetarian | Frozen | Iceland Groceries

    Shop for meat free & vegetarian products online at Iceland. Choose from convenient delivery slots and get free next day delivery on orders over £35.

  • 25 Meat-Free Maestros | London's Best Vegetarian Restaurants

    London’s best restaurants for vegetarian food These days, London’s veggies are spoilt for choice with a handful of top-notch vegetarian restaurants featuring handsome meat-free menus

  • Real Foods Online Vegetarian, Organic, Wholefoods, Fairtrade

    Discover selected organic, gluten free, plant based, raw, vegan healthy foods in store or online with free delivery over £29 on over 12,000 products

  • Vegan Vs Vegetarian – What’s the Difference?

    Vegan Vs Vegetarian Vegan. The defining line is pretty clear, yet often confused by companies selling food products and foodies and chefs. Like vegans, vegetarians do not eat any animal flesh: so no chicken, pig, cow, seafood or any other animal.

  • Being vegetarian does more harm to the environment than

    How being vegetarian does more harm to the environment than eating meat. By Fiona Macrae for the Daily Mail Updated: 19:26 EDT, 12 February 2010

  • Non-Vegetarian Foods to Watch Out For

    8 common foods that are (surprisingly) NOT vegetarian. Guinness, parmesan cheese, gummy bears, marshmallows, tortillas, and more.

  • Vegetarian Protein Foods - No Meat Athlete

    A list of vegetarian protein foods, complete with protein contents and amino acid profile information.

  • French MPs ban 'misleading' vegetarian food products

    Vegetarian sausages, vegan bacon, soya steaks and other vegetable-based meat substitutes will be no more in France after lawmakers agreed on Thursday to ban them for misleading consumers.

  • France bans use of meat-like terms in packaging for

    Food producers in France will be forced to think of new ways to describe some of their vegetarian and vegan foods when they are banned from using terms such as “vegetarian sausages”, "vegetarian mince" and “vegan bacon”.

  • MacSween Vegetarian Haggis - The Haggis Store

    Enjoyed by vegetarians, vegans and meat-eaters alike, our delicious MacSween vegetarian haggis is a mix of healthy fresh vegetables, pulses, oatmeal, seeds and spices.

  • Vegetarianism - Wikipedia

    Vegetarianism / v ɛ dʒ ɪ ˈ t ɛər i ə n ɪ z əm / is the practice of abstaining from the consumption of meat (red meat, poultry, seafood, and the flesh of any other animal), and may also include abstention from by-products of animal slaughter.

  • Countries With The Highest Rates Of Vegetarianism

    With nearly 38% of the population being vegetarian, India ranks top in the list of countries by vegetarianism rates. Vegetarianism focuses on a plant-based diet. Vegetarianism is the practice of eating food obtained from plants and abstaining from meat products. It can sometimes include abstaining

  • Vegetarianism by country - Wikipedia

    In China, consumption of meat is rapidly increasing while a small but growing number of young people in large cities are vegan. An estimated 4 to 5 percent of Chinese are vegetarian.

  • The Market for Vegetarian Foods

    Estimated percent: Estimated number for 2010 population* Source: Survey date: Vegan: Do not eat meat, poultry, fish, dairy, eggs, or honey (subset of vegetarian)

  • Vegetarian and vegan: A quarter of UK dinners have no meat or

    More than a quarter of all evening meals in the UK are vegan or vegetarian, research shows. In the 12 weeks to the end of January, 29% of them contained no meat or fish, according to Kantar Worldpanel. Trends like Veganuary (going vegan for January) and "sustained interest" in meat-free diets are

  • How many animals does a vegetarian save?

    How many animals does a vegetarian save? by Harish. Posted on February 6, 2012; Last updated on March 16, 2015. A vegetarian spares the lives of a certain number of animals each time he or she chooses to forgo meat for vegetables, fruits, grains, legumes and nuts.