"Flexitarian" eating means adding more plant-based foods to the diet and reducing consumption of animal-derived foods while being "flexible" enough to enjoy the occasional meat or poultry dish.
This growing trend has product developers focusing on filling a rapidly growing demand for meals and snacks that rely less on animal protein and lean toward a more plant-centered diet. It has become a mainstream category of eating that all food manufacturers should have in their sights. While a diet that limits animal products incorporates perceptions of health, economy, ecology, lifestyle and variety, formulating need not consciously address all of these concepts.
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