A majority of US consumers have some level of distrust in dairy and meat companies even if they don’t purchase meat and dairy, according to new research from the Hartman Group, and non-dairy alternatives continue to grow among young shoppers.
At the Summer Fancy Food show in New York City last week, plant-based powder brand Better Than Milk previewed its new line of shelf-stable, RTD beverages in five varieties, rolling out nationwide this fall.
The summer iteration of the Specialty Food Association’s (SFA) Fancy Food Show took place in New York City this week. Specialty food and beverage sales make up 16.1% of the total industry, with plant-based products growing the fastest in all categories....
The Plant Based Foods Association (PBFA) debuted its Power Plant concept at the National Restaurant Association Show last month, designed to offer plant-based dairy and animal alternatives in on-the-go retail.
Silk is leading an effort during Earth Month to make plogging an official sport at the 2028 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. A combination of jogging and picking up litter, plogging would fit into LA 2028’s goal to be the most sustainable Olympics in modern...
Cargill recently completed a study on consumer perceptions of plant-based proteins in the US. Matthew Jacobs of Cargill shared the findings with DairyReporter at the Natural Products Expo West show in Anaheim this month.
A plant-based yogurt alternative company from Germany has claimed Chobani copied its packaging designs for its recent Non-Dairy line. Harvest Moon hopes to expand distribution to the US and said it “will take legal actions to protect our brand.”
National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) president and CEO Jim Mulhern wrote a letter this week to Hamdi Ulukaya, CEO of Chobani. It expressed support of Chobani’s position in the ongoing debate of plant-based foods using dairy terms in labeling.
A multi-million dollar investment into its plant-based business was realized recently when Danone North America opened a new building at its DuBois, Penn., facilities. It will add more than 60 new jobs.
The dairy industry has room to grow in 2019 and consumers can expect to see launches that reflect popular culinary-inspired trends seen in other food categories. Premium indulgence, sophisticated flavors and a global influence will all find a place in...
After announcing a commitment to review the labeling standards for dairy and non-dairy products over the summer, the FDA is extending its comment period by 60 days to allow more time for the public to weigh in on the issue.