Investing in veganism: Three stocks to back growing shift to meat-free lifestyles

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Amanda O'Toole of Axa Investment Managers
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Amanda O'Toole of Axa Investment Managers

The shift towards a more sustainable diet continued throughout 2020, illustrated by a ramp up in targets for emissions and food waste from a number of leading players in the food industry.

Consumer interest in clean and sustainable diets continues to focus on a broad range of issues including food waste, air miles, clean labels, meat free, lab grown meat and organic, among others. Veganism...

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