The Death of Meat?


NASDAQ is telling investors not to put their money in animal agriculture: “How The ‘Death Of Meat’ Could Impact Your Portfolio”

They write:

“The reasons for declining meat consumption aren’t a mystery. Doctors have been warning about greater cancer and other health risks from eating too much red meat for quite some time, and people finally got the message and have started cutting back.

“What’s shocking, though, is the extent of the change.

“Annual per capita red meat consumption in the U.S. fell 15% to 101 pounds in the past 10 years, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. It’s down by a third since the early 1970s, when per capita consumption was pushing 150 pounds per year. And the downward consumption trend could soon accelerate, with major negative implications for the meat industry.”

What they don’t say is that also accelerating the decline in meat consumption are a growing compassion for animals and the rise in great tasting vegan alternatives, particularly convenience foods, now a billion dollar industry.


Combine a national health crisis brought about by our diets, a global environmental crisis fueled by animal agriculture, increasing compassion for animals, and great tasting vegan convenience foods and NASDAQ cannot ignore the obvious.

Read the warning to investors by clicking here.


Photos: Veggie Grill offers traditional American favorites without the harm to animals


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