The plant-based protein market — deep diveThe plant-based protein market — deep dive
In the past decade, products made with plant proteins have evolved to include a wide variety of flavors, textures and formats for every eating occasion. A broader range of consumers now seeks plant-based protein goods, particularly consumers under age 40 who eat meat but are incorporating other options. Dairy alternative, sports nutrition and snacks are some of the top categories for plant-protein products, drawing from sources such as soy, pea, lentil and ancient grains.
January 16, 2019
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Takeaways for your business
• Taste is the top reason for eating plant proteins, far outranking concerns about environment or diet.
• 46% of consumers surveyed believe plant-based proteins are healthier than animal-based counterparts.
• Convenience foods, prepared breakfast items, frozen prepared foods and entrées show great potential.
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