Grant investigator: Lewis Bollard
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The Open Philanthropy Project recommended a grant of $67,110 to Better Eating International to support a market research study to understand the attitudes and perceptions of non-vegans in different segments of the U.S. population toward vegan eating and animal agriculture, including the resonance of concepts like climate change, affordability, and health and nutrition, among others. A prime aim of this research is to help the farm animal welfare movement better understand and address the unique needs of various audiences, with particular focus on historically underserved communities.
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