Nearly One in Four Americans Cut Back on Meat Consumption

Twenty-three percent of Americans report they have eaten less meat in the past year than they had previously, according to a new Gallup poll. The vast majority (72 percent) say they are eating the same amount, and 5 percent say they are eating more meat than in the past.

The biggest factor in reducing meat consumption is health concerns; nine in 10 say it is a major (70 percent) or minor reason (20 percent) they are cutting back on meat. Environmental concerns are the second biggest factor, with 49 percent of Americans saying it’s a major reason they cut back, and 21 percent saying it’s a minor one.

Related: Memphis Meats Raises $161 MillionConsumers Believe Plant-Based Food Becoming More Mainstream.

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