Plant-based milks are making quite a mark in the dairy industry. The sector has moved past classics like soy and almond milk, and into more unique offerings like cashew, hemp, banana and pea dairy alternatives. Radiant Insights attributes the popularity of these products to a rise in the investments by leading manufacturers, rising cases of lactose intolerance and allergies, preferences towards vegan and plant-based food, and an increased awareness of health and wellness concerns.read more
The vegan diet was once reserved for people who avoided all products sourced from or tested on animals due to ethical reasons. The removal of dairy, meats and all other animal byproducts from one's entire lifestyle, including diet, hygiene and fashion, may still be reserved for a very specific subset of consumers. However, when it comes to diet alone, things may be changing, as more and more Americans begin to adopt vegan/vegetarian/meatless diets in some form or another.read more
If you are a vegan or a vegetarian, you have probably noticed that is becoming a lot easier to find plant-based meat and dairy alternatives than it was in the past. Even if you don't eat an exclusively vegetarian diet, chances are you have discovered these products in your supermarket, and maybe even tried one of the more popular items, like almond milk or veggie burgers.read more
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