The vegetarian community has grown steadily since the early 1990s, but it’s still growing fast, according to a study published today in the journal PLOS ONE.
The findings show that there are more than 6.5 billion vegetarian households in the world.
There are more vegetarian households than ever before, with a staggering 6.4 billion vegetarians worldwide.
There is a huge need for more data about how vegetarian households are changing, said Dr. David Kallinen, director of the Center for Food Policy and Obesity at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
The new study, based on global data collected by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), suggests that a growing number of countries have been adopting a vegetarian diet, and the trends are likely to continue.
The authors say they hope the findings will encourage countries to implement policies that will reduce meat consumption and reduce animal suffering.
The authors, led by Dr. M.K. Raghavan of the Centre for Food and Agricultural Research, said the vegetarian movement is growing rapidly.
They estimate that between 3.4 to 4 billion people are currently vegetarian, and that number is growing fast.
But, they say, it is likely to be even more because there is more than one way to be a vegetarian.
The United States, for instance, has the world’s largest number of vegetarian households, with more than 1.5 million people.
But the largest number is in India, with about 1.2 million people being vegetarians, and in China with about 875,000.
India is also the world leader in the adoption of a vegetarian food system, but that number has been growing.
The vegetarian population in India is growing at an alarming rate, with the number of vegetarians increasing at an average rate of 13.8% a year since 2011.
The rate is also growing rapidly in China, with nearly 2 million vegetarians in the country.
The trend is also taking off in other parts of the world, like Brazil, where the number is more like 1.1 million.
The number of vegans in India has increased to more than 300 million, or about 1% of the total population.
But it’s not just India that is getting into the act.
China, Vietnam, and India are the only countries in the study that have higher numbers of vegetators than ever.