The Rise Of Meat-Free Brands White Paper
The Leading Meat-Free Brands
The meat alternatives market isn’t new, but recently this sector has witnessed a surge in popularity, with exciting projections for the future. With Veganuary 2023 drawing to a close, what better way to reflect on the growing trend and celebrate this than by downloading our Meat-Free White Paper for FREE! You can find out which brands are leading the charge in one of the fastest-growing markets.
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Our Meat-Alternatives White Paper study utilises our innovative product BrandVision, our brand health measurement system that employs the latest thinking from various disciplines. This includes System 1 thinking, Psychology, Neuroscience and Marketing. We all have an emotional connection with brands, some make you feel great, and some don’t, therefore, our perceptions matter as it affects our readiness to buy or use a product/service. BrandVision uniquely helps brand owners develop and refine their brand and marketing strategies.
We know that understanding Brand Health is only half the story. The other half is knowing how to improve it, and you can’t do one without the other! Being more than just research and insight specialists, our metrics bring you easy-to-understand measurements and insights that help grow your brand.
As a way to introduce you to some of our metrics, this meat alternatives case study looks at some of the most popular and well-known brands such as Linda McCartney’s, Quorn, Beyond Meat and The Vegetarian Butcher.
Meat alternatives have undergone significant evolution recently. Whilst still niche compared to meat, consumption levels are increasing. So, what’s behind this attitude shift? Firstly, with climate change taking centre stage, consumers are more aware and willing to tackle the issue by varying their diets. Secondly, meat analogues have improved significantly over the years, with taste and texture no longer a compromise and pricing parity with meat equivalents attained.