In a report by the Plant Based Products Council, 71 percent of consumers said they consciously think about products and packaging made from plant-based materials when they shop.
University of Kentucky economists found that consumers are trying plant-based meat alternatives but not at a rate that would replace demand for beef.
In the U.S., it’s almost like milk has been in the public domain — anyone can brand their product with abandon. But milk purists have been pushing back.
Plant-based meat and dairy alternatives have faced a lot of condemnation in recent years, stirring up emotions from consumers and producers alike.
The National Milk Producers Federation has pointed out if the FDA has time to take action against a Massachusetts granola maker for listing “love” as an ingredient, then the agency has time and resources to enforce regulations against the use of the term “milk” on the labels of plant-derived dairy imitators. In a letter to […]