Consumers have come a long way since meat and two veg were the order of the day at British family dinner tables.

Outdated divisions between meat-eaters and vegetarians have largely been forgotten as more and more people go in search of a healthier and more varied diet.

And this increased appetite for new non-meat products at formal family meal occasions has been spurred on by makers of convenience meals and snacks-on-the-go.

See The Grocer for full details in this week’s Focus On Meat Alternatives.