In a bid to make a statement on the high cost of meat and dairy products, a British group is launching a beef-free diet, with the goal of ending all meat consumption in the UK by 2050.
The group, Meat Free UK, aims to produce a meat-free lifestyle by 2025.
In the meantime, it is also looking to produce products that are made from non-meat sources, such as soy and olive oil.
The group has been trying to change the conversation around meat consumption since the mid-1990s.
In 2003, Meatfree UK launched the “Don’t Eat” campaign, in which members of the public are encouraged to avoid meat.
Today, the group produces a meatless breakfast, and the group is currently running a series of public workshops around the country to promote meat-less alternatives.
The new plan aims to change perceptions of meat in Britain, by encouraging people to eat less meat and by creating an awareness campaign about the dangers of the food industry.
The campaign, Meatless UK 2020, has been met with support from many celebrities including Kate Moss and Nick Jonas.
The organization is also working on producing a “Meat Free Burger” that is meant to be eaten with the breakfast meal, and a meat and cheese-free burger for those who are allergic to meat.
The UK is currently one of the top meat-eaters in the world, with meat consumption topping the list for people over 65 in 2016.
The UK’s population is expected to grow by 5.3 million by 2030, according to the World Health Organization.
The population is also projected to grow at an annual rate of 1.3% for the same period.