YouGov’s Nordic food & health report covers interesting trends. Across the Nordic countries, most people state that they eat healthier – more vegetables and reduced intake of alcohol and sugar. Further they claim to have reduced consumption of meat and focus has increased on buying local food and more organic and plant-based protein as well as substitutes to meat.
During the last 5 years, it has also become more popular to become a flexitarian. Across the Nordics 15% describe themselves as flexitarians but who are they and how do their attitudes to consumption and health differ from the nation?
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