Can we cut out the meat of the dish? Constructing consumer-oriented pathways towards meat substitution

@article{Schsler2012CanWC,
  title={Can we cut out the meat of the dish? Constructing consumer-oriented pathways towards meat substitution},
  author={H. Sch{\"o}sler and J. Boer and J. Boersema},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2012},
  volume={58},
  pages={39-47}
}
  • H. Schösler, J. Boer, J. Boersema
  • Published 2012
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Appetite
  • The shift towards a more sustainable diet necessitates less reliance on foods of animal origin. This study presents data from a representative survey of Dutch consumers on their practices related to meat, meat substitution and meat reduction. The practices reflected a cultural gradient of meat substitution options running from other products of animal origin and conventional meat free meals to real vegetarian meals. To investigate feasible substitution options, a variety of meals without meat… CONTINUE READING

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