People who live in the UK’s biggest supermarket chain are more likely to be vegan than those in its rival supermarkets, according to new research.
A study of nearly 9,000 shoppers in the supermarkets in the top 10, with more than 10,000 visits per week, found that more than half of the UK population are vegan.
The report, published by the UK Food Industry Association (UKFA), also found that nearly 10% of the British public is vegan, while more than 15% of shoppers in Hannafords stores are.
A spokesperson for Hannafors said the company was proud of the success of its vegan food and drink range.
Hannafords is a leading supermarket chain in the world with more then 3,200 stores across Britain, Ireland and Northern Ireland, and has more than 50,000 employees.