The European Vegetarian Union (EVU) provides the following statistics: Vegetarians - < 1,200,000 Percentage - < 2%
The Vegetarians - 1914 was released on: USA: October 1914
Indians are interested in eating spicy food. Chicken for non-vegetarians and vegetables for vegetarians.
There are a few Native American vegetarians. Before colonialisation, they ate a mainly vegetarian diet.
About 50% of Indians are strict vegetarians. The other 50% eat non-veg food but not at every day or for every meal, unlike western or Muslim countries. Many Indian non-vegetarians eat meat only once a week or less. Some eat only for lunch....rarely for breakfast. Most people avoid meat on festivals or holy days or other days of religious significance.
China. India has a high percentage of lacto vegetarians.
Because they are referring to the person's diet. Many vegetarians call people who eat meat non-vegetarians while they usually call themselves omnivorous.
Despite the common statement that "Chinese eat everything", vegetarianism has actually been apart of several Chinese cultures for a long time. Today, there are around 50 million vegetarians in China.
There are about 400 million vegetarians in the world, so 6 percent of the population are vegetarians.
there are many things vegetarians can eat for iron. tofu is a good source.
166,500 - 3.7%
Some are, but many are not.
About 40% of the population.
81,000 - 1.5%
243,000 - 3%