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Asia pivots toward plants for protein as coronavirus stirs meat safety fears

Reuters Wednesday, 22 April 2020
Demand for plant-based protein foods is surging in Asia, suppliers say, as suspicion over possible links between wild animal meat and the new coronavirus drives some consumers, particularly in Hong Kong and mainland China, to rethink diets.
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