Why invest in vegetarianism?
To favor the market for plant-based foods
Awareness of the planet, health and ethical eating are changing consumption trends, favouring the burgeoning market for plant-based foods.
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News about vegetarianism
A healthy diet in conjunction with a responsible stance on climate change results in a type of diet that promotes all dimensions of people's health and well-being, and also has a low environmental impact.
After the pandemic, people are resuming or acquiring healthy habits for their physical and mental well-being, mainly as a way to strengthen their immune system and to restore lost health.
The health benefits of vegetarian diets are considerably high, which is why vegetarianism continues to be adopted by millions around the world each year. Is it time to invest in this trend? Yes!
The demand for plant-based protein is growing all the time and, therefore, so are your investments. We tell you why we consider vegetable meat to be a safe investment.
Veganism has gained special relevance during the last few years; global sales of vegetable meat increased 24% in 2020, reaching 4.2 billion dollars. Meanwhile, sales of plant-based milks grew 4% and reached 16.9 billion dollars.
Global sales of plant-based meat increased 24% in 2020 reaching $4.2 billion. One factor that could influence such an upturn is that 25% of Americans between 25 and 34 years old claim to be vegetarians or vegans.
Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of vegetarianism, as well as the investment opportunities it represents.
The global COVID-19 crisis has brought about many changes in our way of life, especially related to responsible consumption, so that more and more people have a vegetarian or vegan diet.