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Eat Veggies for...
...a healthy & wealthy economy
20/09/2007

While many have always felt that mankind should also outgrow the beastly habit of slaughtering animals and feasting on their meat…whether that is a right perception or not, is debatable. But the foregone conclusion is that if vegetarianism is a catching trend of the world, then that would be most befitting for all the developing economies across the world, which thrive on agricultural enterprises.

With the growing demand for greens, these countries will easily tread a positive path. Though, vegetarian society was first founded in England in 1847, veggies are everywhere now. The UK, despite its vegetarian population being 6.1% (approx.), the country has come up concept of vegetarian shoes and vegetarian jackets, which is creating a market for itself. No where else, but India, the second most populated country, has over 70% of world’s vegetarians. Even in the US, which has some eight million vegetarians and a few million more ‘occasional vegetarians’, additive food industry is booming, of which Boca Foods brand is speculated to be the biggest gainer.

For now, be it a developing country or a developed country, all are grabbing opportunities to cash on the growing vegetarian industry.

By:- B&E
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