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November 26, 2020 - Food World News

Here's Why Plant-based Milk Sees a Bright Future After The Pandemic

Here's Why Plant-based Milk Sees a Bright Future After The Pandemic
Plant-based milksCredit: Harvard Health

Analysts predict that dairy alternatives will keep booming in the upcoming years.

2020 is indeed a year filled with surprises. Besides the covid-19 pandemic taking over the whole world, new food choices like plant-based milk have become an increasing trend. According to Food Navigator, plant-based dairy sales have skyrocketed to 75.3% sales growth the week of March 15.

In addition, a survey showed that four in ten adults in the U.S. staying at home regularly consume plant-based dairy. Moreover, analysts say that this trend is not going away any time soon. SPINS Retail Reporting Manager Jeff Crumpton says that plant-based is not a fad, and he sees a long-term trajectory for it.

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