ethical vegetarian

ethical vegetarian

one who morally objects to any diet that includes any animal products, by-products, or products tested on animals.
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As out of home dining trends continue to grow, we've seen a surge in demand for our products, so a foodservice division was the logical next step," says Lee Rockingham, director at Redwood, the UK's most ethical vegetarian foods supplier according to The Ethical Company Organisation and The Good Shopping Guide.
The initiative is the brainchild of Ethical Vegetarian Alternative which lobbied the council to ensure that schoolchildren are encouraged to follow a meatfree diet at least one day a week.
Sins of the flesh; a history of ethical vegetarian thought.
A poetry book encouraging people to live in peace, to love animals, to embrace an ethical vegetarian diet, and to enjoy each day of life.
Marion became an ethical vegetarian at the age of 11 in the 1930s.
However, as an ethical vegetarian, he didn't want to pay for meat dishes that they might order.
Now 77, she has been an ethical vegetarian since the 1930s (from the age of 11), and vegan the last 15 years or so after attending an American Vegan Society seminar.
Though the environment might be mentioned, the ethical vegetarian isn't even on the radar screen.
Ethical vegetarians scored higher on measures of conviction and were more likely to believe that vegetarianism is right for everyone and that vegetarianism is an important part of their personality.
They primarily focus on Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Chinese religionists, and ethical vegetarians in North American society and limit their inquiry to consumption issues as opposed to environmental or ecological concerns.
While it may bring no solace to ethical vegetarians, "More and more, people are looking for antibiotic-free, hormone-free meat," says Paul Heimel, meat and seafood coordinator for Wild Oats, a natural foods store based in Boulder, Colorado that carries Coleman products.