25 Jul 2018 — Global changes in attitudes towards dairy include consumer concern around hormones, allergens and perceived unhealthfulness. At the same time, trends driving consumption include label-friendly and nutritional claims. According to the results of a new Cargill consumer study, clean label is growing in prevalence. The rise in “clean label seeking” in dairy is highest in Indonesia and China and lowest in Germany, the UK and Japan.
Non-dairy milks have certainly become trendy. The sector has grown by 61% since 2012 alone, and new options like almond and oat milk are more widely available. The plant-based alternative have become a staple in the dairy section of the grocery store, with the price of non-dairy milks quite competitive with dairy milk. So, why […]
Consumers are shying away from milk, turning instead to dairy alternatives made from soy, rice and oats, and other crops. Those alternatives are still a small slice — just 3 percent of the $600 billion global dairy industry — but they are growing. Dairy alternatives increased 4 percent in the five years ended […]