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With more choices of vegetarian cafeteria meals, more are sold
by Lisa Rapaport
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28 October 2019
On 28 October 2019 Reuters reported:
When cafeterias sell more vegetarian meals, people will indeed purchase more meat-free entrees, a recent [UK] study suggests. Researchers examined data ... at three university cafeterias. When the cafeterias doubled the proportion of vegetarian meals available from 25 percent to 50 percent, vegetarian meal sales rose by 41 percent to 79 percent.
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