A Feastarian is someone who eats a wide range of food, including meat and fish. However, Feastarians only eat meat or fish as a treat or 'feast', two or three times a week at most

Why be a Feastarian? You are probably one of the many people who care about the quality of your food, the welfare of animals and the environment, and have wondered how you can make a real difference to each.

Feastarian eats meat only occasionally, which means that you can afford to enjoy good quality meat, preferably choosing free range, RSPCA monitored Freedom Foods or organic meats, which are produced to high animal welfare standards. By eating less meat you are helping to limit the huge amount of greenhouse gases that are released into the atmosphere through the whole process of producing meat.