Growth of specific plant-based dairy alternatives like plant-based cheese, milks (soy, almond, etc.), ice cream, yogurt, and pea protein have been trending upwards. But is the subcategory niche or firmly “planted” in consumers’ minds?
The global dairy alternatives market was valued at $23 billion in 2021 and is estimated to reach $65.33 billion by 2030, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.3%, according to Pune, India-based Straits Research.
U.S. sales of plant-based milks reached $2.8 billion in 2022, according to the Plant-Based Foods Association. “Plant-based milk remains the largest segment in the plant-based foods industry, with 40.6% of U.S. households purchasing plant-based milks, and an astounding 75.7% of consumers repeating their purchases,” the organization stated.
Made with oat flour, non-dairy crumbles perfect topping for salads, pizzas and more.
July 27, 2023
Daiya Foods released two new plant-based cheese products: Goat Cheeze Flavour Crumbles and Feta Cheeze Flavour Crumbles. The two new cheese products are available on-shelf throughout Canada, offering a new and delicious alternative to traditional dairy-based cheese,
Pourable Plant Milk Mozzarella (also available in allergen friendly option) and Plant Milk Butter are now available.
May 19, 2023
The distribution partnership with Dot Foods will allow Miyoko's Creamery to deliver vegan products, crafted for all culinary and baking applications, to more than 5,000 foodservice distributors around the country.
The brand is launching the Babybel "First Time" Experience to support cheese-lovers who try plant-based cheese.
February 2, 2023
Winners will receive an exclusive Babybel heart-shaped box of plant-based cheese, in addition to other first-time essentials: A set of wine glasses, cheese snacking board, two matching ultra-soft robes, and a cozy blanket.
"Zero-compromise" plant-based products available to select audiences in LA, New York and San Francisco.
January 3, 2023
Climax's "moonshot products" are cultured and aged Blue, Brie, Feta and Chèvre cheeses, which use sustainably grown plant ingredients while matching the taste, nutrition, and price of dairy cheeses, according to the company.