Why Are Grocery Stores and Restaurants Starting to Provide More Vegan Options?

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I don't know any vegans personally, but I have a few friends that are vegetarian or pescitarian. And they are all female. I don't know if I could go completely vegan myself, Interesting article, by the way..Where to Find 'Em. Many grocery stores have a natural or health food section, where many vegan items can be found. Some products are located in other areas, though..

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Ten years ago it was definitely a lot more difficult to be a vegan in Detroit than it is today. 

More and more people are starting to adopt a plant-based diet and lifestyle. This has altered how grocery stores stock their shelves and the types of dishes restaurants prepare. 

Melody Baetens, a staff writer for the Detroit News, speaks with WDET’s Ryan Patrick Hooper about her article looking at how increases in plant-based diets are changing the culinary landscape in Metro Detroit. 

Restaurants are seeing that the more options they have the more customers they’re going to get,” she says. 

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