Global Vegetarian / Vegan Diets and Potential of layered simmering for Vegans
In the United States, the population of vegans who consume only plant-based foods is estimated to have grown six-fold in recent years, particularly in urban areas like New York and Los Angeles Many restaurants offer vegetarian menus. The vegetarian food population is increasing dramatically in other Western developed countries, and restaurants specializing in vegetarian food and vegetarian supermarket parts can be found in various places unimaginable in Japan. From there, we will present the real situation regarding vegetarian and vegan food abroad, and also explain the possibility of simmering in layers.
In the United States, where the vegan population is increasing by 500%,
especially in the younger generation, and the population of vegetarian practitioners is also increasing significantly. Vegans and vegetarians are especially prevalent in the younger generation, with about half of vegetarians in the United States under the age of 35. In addition, there is data that 30% of people think it is better to have a vegetable-based diet with reduced meat consumption, and it is possible that the current momentum will continue to accelerate at the same time. over the next few years. . In Germany, around 10% of the total population is vegetarian, making it one of the top vegetarian countries in the world. In Berlin, the capital, it is estimated that around 15% of the inhabitants are even vegetarians or vegans.
In Germany, about 10% of the total population is vegetarian
Originally Germany had many vegetarians, but since around 2008 the number of restaurants serving food without animal protein has increased and almost 60 new vegan and vegetarian restaurants have opened in Berlin.
In Berlin, almost 400 other restaurants have introduced vegetarian menus, and they still lead the ranking "World's most livable city for vegans". Moreover, it is becoming common knowledge in Germany that “reducing the consumption of foods of animal origin leads to good health” without implementing extreme diets such as vegans and vegetarians. A 2017 survey found that 44% of Germans ate a diet low in meat protein and consciously abstained from eating meat, a significant increase from 26% in 2014.