Posted on Thursday, 19th May, 2022

The balance shifts towards plant-based dishes

Due to concerns around personal health and climate change, meat consumption in Australia and New Zealand remains a long-term downward trend. While chicken and pork sales are steady, consumers continue to moderate their intake of beef, lamb and mutton.

The balance shifts towards plant-based dishes
Meeting the demand for less meat

Meeting the demand for less meat

It’s important to note, however, that still only around 1 in 10 diners completely forgo meat. Instead, the focus for most people is to reduce their meat intake. Braising and baking are ideal ways to capture main-meal qualities in plant-based dishes that appeal to vegetarians and flexitarians.

KNORR Vegetable Booster

Vegan-certified, gluten-free and made in Australia, KNORR Vegetable Booster offers incredible versatility across your menu and provides a rich-tasting base for plant-based baking and braising.

KNORR Vegetable Booster

 Spicy vegetable tagine

The pungent spices of Morocco ensure there is no compromise on flavour in our Spicy vegetable tagine recipe.

Whole roasted cauliflower with tahini

When embracing the veggies-with-a-side-of-meat philosophy, you need a hearty vegetarian dish up your sleeve, like our Whole roasted cauliflower with tahini.

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