’Field-grown’ description more likely to encourage vegetarian choices

Ethical consumerism is on the rise

Food described as being ‘field-grown’, rather than ‘meat-free’ is more likely to encourage consumers to opt for vegetarian choices, according to an online study by the Behavioural Insights Team (BIT).

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