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    Which Non-Veg Shop is Most Popular in The World?

    The most popular non-vegetarian (non-veg) shop in the world is subjective and challenging because preferences vary widely, and popularity can be measured in different ways. However, some globally recognized and popular non-vegetarian fast-food chains include:

    McDonald's: Known for its iconic burgers, including the Big Mac and Quarter Pounder with Cheese, McDonald's operates in numerous countries around the world.

    KFC: Famous for its fried chicken, KFC has a global presence and is widely popular for its distinct blend of herbs and spices.

    Subway: While known for its sandwiches, Subway offers various non-vegetarian options such as meatball marinara, chicken teriyaki, and more.

    Burger King: This fast-food chain is recognized for its flame-grilled burgers, including the Whopper.

    Domino's Pizza: Although known for pizza, Domino's offers a variety of non-vegetarian toppings and sides, making it popular globally.

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    Few key points about the popularity of non-vegetarian shops in the UK:

    The UK has a predominantly non-vegetarian diet. According to surveys, only around 5-7% of the population follows a strictly vegetarian or vegan diet. The majority eat meat and animal products.

    Meat and fish are an integral part of traditional British cuisine. Popular dishes like fish and chips, roast dinners, bangers and mash, etc. all center around animal proteins.

    Even with rising interest in plant-based diets, meat consumption in the UK is high compared to other European countries. The average person eats over 80 kg of meat per year.

    Supermarkets allocate significant shelf space to meat, poultry, seafood and dairy products. These non-veg sections tend to be among the largest departments.

    Butcher shops selling various cuts of meat remain a common sight on the high street and in local neighborhoods. Their popularity endures from a tradition of buying fresh meat.

    Fishmongers are also popular in coastal towns and cities, allowing customers to browse daily catches.

    Britain has a long tradition of rearing livestock which contributes to both its cuisine and rural economy. This strengthens demand for non-vegetarian ingredients.

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