With Kaye Adams
Have you joined the growing army of people eating less meat? How much have you cut down and why? Should we be encouraging everyone to eat less meat? Text 80295
It's World Vegan Day and, according to new research, one in 8 people are now vegan or vegetarian. People are spending more money on vegan products, and plant-based diets are trending online.
With major supermarkets catching on and stocking up on vegan-friendly food - so what's behind the rise?
Are you eating less meat?
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