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Reasons why Europeans plan to eat less meat in 2017

Distribution of people planning to eat less meat within the next five years in Europe as of 2017, by reason

by Statista Research Department, last edited May 27, 2019
Reasons why Europeans plan to eat less meat in 2017 In 2017, 27 percent of Europeans were planning to reduce their consumption of meat over the next five years. This statistic shows the results of the same survey on the main reasons why these Europeans planned to reduce their future meat consumption. The negative health effects of eating meat was the largest reason for people to lower their consumption, with two fifths of those surveyed giving this reason.
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Distribution of people planning to eat less meat within the next five years in Europe as of 2017, by reason

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by Statista Research Department, last edited May 27, 2019
In 2017, 27 percent of Europeans were planning to reduce their consumption of meat over the next five years. This statistic shows the results of the same survey on the main reasons why these Europeans planned to reduce their future meat consumption. The negative health effects of eating meat was the largest reason for people to lower their consumption, with two fifths of those surveyed giving this reason.
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