Lower prices can make more people eat vegetarian

More meat eaters would choose a vegetarian burger if it was cheaper than a meat burger. But it takes a large price difference—even if the price was reduced by 30%, only a third of those who normally choose meat burgers would choose vegetarian. These are the results in an economics study from the University of Gothenburg, examining the driving forces and obstacles to replacing meat with green alternatives.

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