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Latin America: share of flexitarians, by country

Share of population who define themselves as flexitarians in selected countries in Latin America as of March 2016

Latin America: share of flexitarians, by country This statistic presents the share of people who claimed to be flexitarians in selected Latin American countries as of March 2016. Flexitarians are defined as: "primarily vegetarian, but [who] occasionally eat meat, poultry or seafood". In that survey, 15 percent of respondents from Mexico defined themselves as flexitarians, whereas only four percent of Chilean and Argentinian respondents claimed to be flexitarians, respectively. The share of flexitarians in Brazil stood at 8 percent.
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Share of population who define themselves as flexitarians in selected countries in Latin America as of March 2016

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This statistic presents the share of people who claimed to be flexitarians in selected Latin American countries as of March 2016. Flexitarians are defined as: "primarily vegetarian, but [who] occasionally eat meat, poultry or seafood". In that survey, 15 percent of respondents from Mexico defined themselves as flexitarians, whereas only four percent of Chilean and Argentinian respondents claimed to be flexitarians, respectively. The share of flexitarians in Brazil stood at 8 percent.
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