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April 29, 2014
The global protein market is growing and is projected to reach $24.5 billion by 2015 with a focus on plant-based proteins. Rising costs, sustainability concerns and the ever growing consumer desire to eat clean are the reasons behind the nondairy, meat-free shift.
Rising-costs of animal-based proteins and consumer interest in a more plant-centric diet are spurring development of a wider range of vegetable sources such as soy, pea, canola and even algal proteins that deliver nutrition and functionality.
Protein nutrition and optimizing the diet when working with incomplete proteins--those lacking essential amino acids
Alternative non-animal protein options
Plant proteins and the path to sustainability
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