Dairy & Egg Alternatives: Plant-Based & Animal-Free Products, 2nd Edition

 
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Published Nov 7, 2022 | 318 Pages | Pub ID: LA17489270
Dairy & Egg Alternatives: Plant-Based & Animal-Free Products, 2nd Edition

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Increasing concerns about health, animal welfare, and the environment are causing more consumers to turn to plant-forward diets. Some consumers are abstaining from animal products by going vegan or vegetarian, but many more are simply reducing consumption of animal products with a flexitarian or semi-vegetarian diet. Eating plant-based dairy or egg alternatives instead of conventional animal products is more environmentally friendly and better for animal welfare. Many consumers also think that plant-based products is healthier than animal products and may turn to these products for reasons of health.

Even more, food allergies and sensitivities are a key driver for adopting plant-based dairy and egg alternatives. Milk and eggs, two of the “Big 8” major food allergens, are avoided by millions of consumers who are allergic to these ingredients. Lactose intolerance affects even more consumers and is an important reason many people avoid dairy. Plant-based alternatives to dairy and egg products are a good option for consumers with dairy or egg allergies or intolerances, as these plant-based products do not contain the ingredients in question but do imitate their taste, texture, or function.

With a focus on “what’s next” and current consumer trends, Dairy & Egg Alternatives: Plant-Based & Animal-Free Products is packed with insights about consumer trends, behavior, and motivations to help foodservice operators, food producers, retailers, packaging companies, employers, and investors gauge consumer perspectives and find areas for growth in a competitive market.

Dairy & Egg Alternatives: Plant-Based & Animal-Free Products delivers actionable predictions and recommendations designed to guide foodservice operators, producers, retailers, and investors in making business decisions by providing data and insights about consumer behavior and what consumers think about these products.

Scope

Dairy & Egg Alternatives: Plant-Based & Animal-Free Products is the go-to source for a complete understanding of U.S. consumer trends regarding plant-based dairy and egg products and the market for animal-free (or cultivated, cruelty-free, lab-cultured) dairy and eggs. This report combines Packaged Facts’ extensive monitoring of the food and beverage market with proprietary surveys, and evaluates current trends and future directions for marketing and retailing, along with consumer patterns during the pandemic and across the broader food and beverage market.

This Packaged Facts report analyzes the dynamics of the current landscape of the plant-based meat market as well as plant-forward diets and eating philosophies. Consumers who eat plant-based meat, poultry, or seafood products and those who are open to trying cultivated meat products are examined. Trends including consumer usage of plant-based alternative products, reasons for diet and lifestyle choices, retail and restaurant trends, and the COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on consumers are also investigated.

This Packaged Facts report analyzes the dynamics of the current landscape of the plant-based dairy and egg alternatives market. Consumer demographics, perceptions, motivations, and behavior are examined as pertaining to dietary choices and consumption of plant-based dairy alternatives. Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on consumers are also analyzed (in a broad sense), including in the context of plant-based dairy and egg alternatives.

Plant-based dairy and egg products in the scope of this report include alternatives to dairy or eggs that attempt to replicate the flavor, function, and/or texture of these products with plant proteins. These products often use terms such as:
  • plant-based dairy/egg
  • vegetarian/vegan dairy/egg
  • dairy-free dairy/eggless egg
  • dairy/egg alternative
  • words that make slight changes to the name of the product they are imitating (e.g., chedd’r, mylk)
  • the plant-based ingredient along with the conventional product name (e.g., almond milk, cashew cream cheese)
Market forecasts for the retail plant-based dairy and egg alternatives market from 2022 to 2027 and 2032 include breakouts by product type (butter, cheese, creamer, eggs, ice cream and other frozen novelties, milk, ready-to-drink beverages, and spreads, dips, sour cream, and sauces), milk type (almond, blends, cashew, coconut, oat, pea, rice, soy, and other), and milk storage type (refrigerated or shelf-stable).

This report also provides foodservice market estimates for plant-based dairy and egg alternatives by type (dairy products or eggs) from 2022 to 2027 and 2032.

Additionally, projections for the animal-free (or cultivated, cruelty-free, lab-cultured, etc.) dairy and eggs market are made to assess the potential for these products in 2022, 2027, 2032, 2037, and 2042.

The reasons for and implications of shifts in consumer perception and behavior are analyzed in the context of future market opportunities.

Major competitors in the plant-based dairy and egg alternatives space, funding for plant-based dairy and egg alternatives and animal-free dairy and egg companies, and development of ingredients and new products are examined. Restaurant, retail, and packaging trends – both in general and in the plant-based dairy and egg alternatives market – are also analyzed.

Additionally, Dairy & Egg Alternatives: Plant-Based & Animal-Free Products has dozens of tables showcasing numerical survey data on consumer demographics and psychographics and numerous marketing photographs. This report goes in-depth on COVID-19 trends affecting the food and beverage market.

Report Methodology

The information contained in Dairy & Egg Alternatives: Plant-Based & Animal-Free Products was developed from primary and secondary research sources. Primary research includes interviews with food and beverage market experts; participation in and attendance at food industry events; and extensive internet canvassing.

Primary research also includes national online consumer polls of U.S. adult consumers (age 18+) conducted on an ongoing basis by Packaged Facts to analyze attitudes of consumers and their relevant food and beverage preferences.

Survey data from MRI-Simmons are used to analyze the demographics and psychographics of consumers.

Supplementing Packaged Facts’ exclusive survey is analysis of the 2022 Food & Health Survey conducted by the International Food Information Council, which analyzes consumer food purchase decisions, diet and lifestyle choices, snacking activity, and perception of health benefits in foods.
 
  • Executive Summary
    • Increasing Concerns about Health, Animal Welfare, and the Environment Are Causing More to Turn to Plant-Forward Diets and Plant-Based Dairy and Egg Alternatives
    • Food Allergies and Sensitivities Are a Key Driver for Adoption of Dairy and Egg Alternatives
    • Sales Trends during the COVID-19 Pandemic
    • Expanding Product Assortment Creating New Opportunities for Growth
    • Retail and Restaurant Trends
    • Key Consumer Trends
    • Scope
  • COVID-19 Effects on Consumers
    • Highlights
    • First Time Use of Online Grocery Shopping and Restaurant Ordering Methods In 2020
      • Table Coronavirus Food Ordering Habits: “Because of the coronavirus, I have for the first time used…”, 2020 (percent of consumers)
    • Boosted Online Grocery Shopping Activity Continuing Through 2022
      • Activity Spiked in 2020 during the Early Part of the Pandemic
        • Table Coronavirus Food Purchase Habits: “Because of the coronavirus, I am…”, 2020-2021 (percent of consumers)
      • Many Have Continued Ordering More Groceries Online in 2021 and 2022
      • Frequency of Grocery Shopping: In-Person vs. Online
    • Most Consumers Are Still Holding off on Dining Out
    • Increased Use of Food Carryout and Delivery
    • Snacking and Healthy Eating Habits
      • Table Coronavirus Eating Habits: “Because of the coronavirus, I am eating more…”, 2021 (percent of consumers)
    • Consumption of Plant-Based Meat and Dairy Alternatives
    • Concerns about COVID-19 Exposure Remain
      • Most Still Consider the Pandemic a Health Threat Personally or to Family/Friends
        • Table Coronavirus Health Concerns: “I am concerned about the…”, 2020-2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Concerns about COVID-19 Variants
    • Rising Prices during the Pandemic
      • Table Consumer Concerns about Rising Food Prices, 2021-2022 (percent of consumers)
      • The Vast Majority of Consumers Have Noticed the Rising Cost of Food Over the Past Year, and Many Are Changing Their Purchasing Decisions
      • Cutting Back on Household Expenses
        • Table Consumers Cutting Back on Household Expenses in the Last 12 Months, 2022 (percent of consumers)
        • Table Types of Household Expenses Cut Back on in the Last 12 Months, 2022 (percent of consumers)
    • Concerns about Food Shortages during the Pandemic
      • Table Consumer Concerns about Food Shortages, 2021-2022 (percent of consumers)
    • Negative Personal Effects of the Pandemic
      • Negative Effects Reported in 2020 and 2021
        • Table Coronavirus Concerns: “The coronavirus has negatively affected my…”, 2020-2021 (percent of consumers)
      • Continuing Mental and Physical Health Effects
        • Table Changes in Mental and Physical Symptoms during the Pandemic, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Stress Levels and Changes Made to Reduce Stress
    • Effects on Work Are Continuing in 2021 and 2022
    • In-Store Shopping Patterns
    • Increasing Dairy and Egg Prices and Supply Shortages Have Made Plant-Based Versions More Attractive to Some Consumers
  • Overview and Market Trends
    • Highlights
    • Plant-Based Eating and Sustainability Are Buzzwords Important to the General Public
    • Plant-Based Substitutes for Animal Products Facing Definitional Challenges
    • The COVID-19 Pandemic Was the Jumpstart the Online Grocery Market Needed
      • Impact on the Plant-Based Food Market
      • Online Retailers Specifically Catering to Plant-Forward Diets
    • Food Allergies, Intolerances/Sensitivities, and Other Dietary Restrictions
      • Food Allergies and Intolerances Among Consumers
      • Prevalence in 2022
      • Rising Rates of Reported Food Allergies and Lactose Intolerance over Time
        • Table Food Allergies and Lactose Intolerance, 2017-2021 (percent of consumers)
      • Food Preferences and Allergies/Intolerances of Adults
        • Table Foods that Consumers Generally Eat, Generally Don’t Like, or Are Allergic or Intolerant/Sensitive to by Type, 2021 (percent of consumers)
      • Food Preferences and Allergies/Intolerances of Children
        • Table Foods that Children Generally Eat, Generally Don’t Like, or Are Allergic or Intolerant/Sensitive to by Type, 2021 (percent of consumers)
      • Commonly Avoided Ingredients and Allergens Are Often Used in Plant-Based Dairy and Eggs
      • Animal-Free Dairy Ideal for Those with Lactose Intolerance and Some Forms of Milk Allergies
      • Consumers Following Plant-Forward Diets Are More Likely to Report Food Allergies or Intolerances
        • Table Food Allergies, Gluten Intolerance, and Lactose Intolerance by Primary Diet/Eating Philosophy and Use of Plant-Based Milk and Burger Alternatives, 2022 (percent of consumers)
        • Table Food Allergies and Intolerances/Sensitivities by Primary Diet/Eating Philosophy, 2021 (percent of consumers)
      • Purchases of Foods with Allergy-Friendly Labels
      • Many Consumers Purchase Allergy-Friendly Foods for Reasons Other Than an Allergy or Intolerance
    • Clean Label Trends
      • Definition
      • Some Plant-Based Dairy and Egg Products Are Shedding the Image of Being Highly Processed
      • Companies Are Investing in Blockchain and Big Data to Satisfy Consumer Desires for Transparency
      • Consumers Think Small and Medium Businesses Have More Credibility
      • Preferences for Product Labels Show “Natural” and “Clean” Are Most Preferential
      • Paying Attention to Food Labels – Shopping Online vs. In-Person
      • Reasons for Seeking “Natural” Food Labels
      • Perception of Health Differences in Products Based on Nutrition Facts Panel
      • Make Your Own Plant-Based Milk for a Fresher and “Cleaner” Product
    • Animal Welfare & Environmental Issues Surrounding Dairy and Eggs
      • More Consumers Want Animals Raised for Food to Be Treated Humanely
      • Changes to USDA Organic Livestock Requirements
      • Dairy and Egg Agriculture and Environmental Issues Intertwined
    • Vegan, Vegetarian, Pescatarian, Flexitarian, and Omnivore Consumers
      • Definitions
      • One-Fourth of Consumers Claim to Primarily Follow a Flexitarian Diet in 2022
        • Table Prevalence of Plant-Forward Eating Habits/Diet Control, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Historical Trends
        • Table Prevalence of Plant-Forward Eating Habits/Diet Control, 2017-2021 (percent of consumers)
      • Who Is the Target Audience for Plant-Based Dairy and Egg Alternatives?
    • Mindful and Intuitive Eating
      • Definition
      • Frequency of Feelings and Behaviors Associated with Mindful and Intuitive Eating Patterns
      • Consumer Mindfulness Index
    • Outlook for Foods Relevant to Plant-Based Dairy
      • Per Capita Consumption of Dairy Products Has Fallen Significantly Over the Past Two Decades, Particularly Due to Decreases in Milk Consumption
      • Dairy Shipments
        • Table Dairy Product Shipments, 2016-2021, 2022E, 2026P (billion dollars and billion 2012 dollars at the manufacturer level)
      • A “Reducetarian” Mindset is Growing Among Consumers Who Eat Dairy or Eggs (&It’s Not Just Among Flexitarians)
      • Household Penetration and Repeat Rate for Plant-Based Foods
    • Snacking Trends
      • Most Consumers Snack Daily
      • When Consumers Snack Throughout the Day
      • What Consumers Snack on in the Morning and the Evening/Late Night
      • Plant-Forward Consumer Snacking Attitudes
        • Table Opinions on Snacking by Type of Plant-Forward Diets Followed, 2021 (percent of consumers)
        • Table Snacking Attitudes by Plant-Forward Diets Followed, 2022 (percent of consumers who agree completely)
      • Product Examples
    • Nutrients Sought by Consumers
      • Consumers Continue to Seek Out Protein Sources
      • Sources Used to Consume Nutrients
      • Consumers Report Increasing Consumption of Protein from Whole-Plant Sources
      • Avoiding or Limiting Sugar Intake
        • Table Seeking to Reduce Sugar Content in Diet by Type of Plant-Forward Diets Followed, 2021 (percent of consumers)
      • Reasons for Avoiding or Limiting Sugar Intake
      • Sugar Continues to Be Preferred Over Low/No-Calorie Sweeteners
      • Plant-Forward Consumers Have More Tendency to Avoid Artificial Sweeteners and Look for Low-Calorie Food Products
        • Table Avoiding Artificial Sweeteners and Looking for Low-Calorie Food Products by Type of Plant-Forward Diets Followed, 2021 (percent of consumers)
      • Information Consumers Seek Out on Nutrition Facts Labels
    • Concerns about Food Waste
      • More than Half of Consumers Are Concerned about Food Waste
      • How Consumers Reduce Food Waste
    • Convenient Meals Can Be the Ultimate Selling Point for Busy Consumers
      • Grocery Prepared Meals
      • Restaurant Meals
      • Online Delivery Services Offer Fully Prepared Plant-Based Meals
  • Plant-Based and Animal-Free Dairy & Egg Products: Market Size and Forecast
    • Highlights
    • Retail Sales of Plant-Based Dairy and Egg Products
      • Scope
      • Sales by Product
        • Table Plant-Based Dairy & Egg Sales by Product, 2017-2022E (million dollars)
        • Table Plant-Based Dairy & Egg Sales by Product, 2022E, 2023P-2027P, 2032P (million dollars)
      • Plant-Based Milk Sales by Type
        • Table Plant-Based Milk Sales by Type, 2017-2022E (million dollars)
        • Table Plant-Based Milk Sales by Type, 2022E, 2023P-2027P, 2032P (million dollars)
      • Plant-Based Milk Sales by Storage Method
        • Table Plant-Based Milk Sales by Storage Type, 2017-2022E (million dollars)
        • Table Plant-Based Milk Sales by Storage Type, 2022E, 2023P-2027P, 2032P (million dollars)
    • Foodservice Demand for Plant-Based Dairy and Egg Products
      • Scope
      • Sales by Type
        • Table Foodservice Demand for Plant-Based Dairy and Egg Products by Product Type, 2017-2022E (million dollars)
        • Table Foodservice Demand for Plant-Based Dairy and Egg Products by Product Type, 2022E, 2023P-2027P, 2032P (million dollars)
    • Animal-Free (or Cruelty-Free, Cultivated, Lab-Cultured) Dairy and Egg Products
      • Scope
      • Challenges and Opportunities for Commercialization and Consumer Adoption
      • Market Forecast
        • Table Cultivated/Cruelty-Free/Lab-Cultured/Animal-Free Dairy and Egg Sales, 2022E, 2027P, 2032P, 2037P, 2042P (million dollars)
  • Market Leaders, Product Development, &Innovations
    • Highlights
    • Plant-Based Dairy and Egg Brands
      • National Brands
        • Table Select Plant-Based Dairy & Egg Companies/Brands by Products Offered and Founding Date
      • Private Label Brands
        • Table Select Plant-Based Dairy Private Label Brands/Retailers by Products Offered
    • Incubators and Venture Capital Funds Helping Startup Companies Develop New Proteins
      • Table Select Incubators & Venture Capital Funds Active in the Alternative Protein Space
    • Funding for Plant-Based Dairy & Egg Companies
      • Table Investment in Select Plant-Based Dairy, Egg, &Ingredient Companies by Number of Funding Rounds and Latest Funding Round (dollars in millions)
    • Funding for Animal-Free/Cultivated/Cell-Based Dairy and Egg Companies
      • Table Investment in Select Animal-Free Dairy & Egg Companies by Number of Funding Rounds and Latest Funding Round (dollars in millions)
    • Big Dairy Companies Moving into Plant Proteins
    • Comparison of Nutrition Information of Plant-Based Milks
      • Table Comparison of Nutrition Information of Select Plant-Based Milks, 2020
    • Ingredients
      • Ingredient Suppliers May Make Plant-Based Ingredients Used by Food Producers in Plant-Based Dairy or Egg Products
      • Making Plant-Based Products with a Cleaner Label
      • Sweetener Use Is Challenging to Appeal to Various Consumer Desires for Sweetness, Health, and Natural Foods
      • Commonly Avoided Ingredients and Allergens Are Often Used in Plant-Based Dairy and Eggs or Come into Contact with Other Ingredients
      • New Products Are Being Developed to Better Mimic Conventional Animal Products, and Processes Such as Fermentation Can Be Used to Make Animal-Free Alternatives
    • Plant-Based Dairy & Egg Market Leaders of Note
      • Blue Diamond Growers
      • Califia Farms
      • Danone North America
      • SunOpta (Dream)
      • Eat JUST
      • Kite Hill
      • Maple Leaf Foods (Field Roast - Chao Creamery)
      • Miyoko’s Creamery
      • Oatly
      • Pacific Foods (Campbell Soup Company)
  • Consumer Demographics: Who Eats Plant-Based Dairy Alternatives, and Who Is Open to Trying Animal-Free Dairy Products?
    • Highlights
    • Use of Plant-Based Dairy Products
      • Plant/Nut Milk Types Used
        • Table Use of Plant/Nut Milk Types, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Plant/Nut Milk Brands Used
        • Table Use of Plant/Nut Milk Brands, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Plant/Nut Milk Flavors Used
        • Table Use of Plant/Nut Milk Flavors, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Frequency of Plant/Nut Milk Use
        • Table Glasses of Plant/Nut Milk Used in the Last 7 Days, 2022 (percent of consumers whose households have used these products in the last 6 months)
      • Use of Plant-Based Dairy Alternatives in 2022
        • Table Consumer Use of Plant-Based Dairy Alternatives by Type, 2022 (percent of consumers)
        • Table Consumer Use of Plant-Based Dairy Alternatives by Form, 2022 (percent of consumers who consume any plant-based dairy products)
      • Where Consumers Buy Plant-Based Dairy Alternatives
        • Table Types of Stores Where Consumers Buy Plant-Based Dairy Alternatives, 2022 (percent of plant-based dairy consumers)
      • Overlap with Use of Plant-Based Dairy and Plant-Based Meat Products
        • Table Overlap with Use of Plant-Based Burgers and Plant-Based Milk, 2022 (percent of consumers)
        • Table Overlap with Use of Plant-Based Meat and Plant-Based Dairy, 2022 (percent of consumers)
    • Openness to Trying Cultivated/Cruelty-Free Dairy
      • Table Openness to Trying Cultivated, Cruelty-Free Dairy Products, 2022 (percent of consumers)
    • The Percentage of Consumers Actively Following a Diet Is Up Significantly in 2022
    • Trends by Plant-Forward Diets Followed
      • Table Use of Plant/Nut Milks by Plant-Forward Diets Followed, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Use of Plant-Based Dairy Products by Plant-Forward Diets Followed, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Openness to Trying Cultivated/Cruelty-Free Dairy by Plant-Forward Diets Followed, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Openness to Trying Cultivated/Cruelty-Free Dairy by Types of Plant-Based Dairy Eaten, 2022 (percent of consumers)
    • Trends by Gender
      • Table Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Following of Plant-Forward Diets by Gender, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Use of Plant-Based Dairy Products by Gender, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Openness to Trying Cultivated/Cruelty-Free Dairy by Gender, 2022 (percent of consumers)
    • Trends by Age Bracket
      • Table Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Following of Plant-Forward Diets by Age Bracket, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Use of Plant-Based Dairy Products by Age Bracket, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Openness to Trying Cultivated/Cruelty-Free Dairy by Age Bracket, 2022 (percent of consumers)
    • LGBT Consumers
      • Table Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Following of Plant-Forward Diets by LGBT Affiliation, 2022 (percent of consumers)
    • Patterns Based on Household Income
      • Table Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Following of Plant-Forward Diets by Household Income Bracket, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Use of Plant-Based Dairy Products by Household Income Bracket, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Openness to Trying Cultivated/Cruelty-Free Dairy by Household Income Bracket, 2022 (percent of consumers)
    • Regional Differences
      • Table Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Following of Plant-Forward Diets by U.S. Region, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Use of Plant-Based Dairy Products by U.S. Region, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Openness to Trying Cultivated/Cruelty-Free Dairy by U.S. Region, 2022 (percent of consumers)
    • Urban, Suburban, and Rural Consumers
      • Table Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Following of Plant-Forward Diets by County Size, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Use of Plant-Based Dairy Products by Urban/Suburban/Rural Living, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Openness to Trying Cultivated/Cruelty-Free Dairy by Urban/Suburban/Rural Living, 2022 (percent of consumers)
    • Educational Attainment
      • Table Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Following of Plant-Forward Diets by Educational Attainment, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Use of Plant-Based Dairy Products by Educational Attainment, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Openness to Trying Cultivated/Cruelty-Free Dairy by Educational Attainment, 2022 (percent of consumers)
    • Presence of Children in the Household
      • Table Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Following of Plant-Forward Diets by Presence of Children in the Household, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Use of Plant-Based Dairy Products by Presence of Children in the HH, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Openness to Trying Cultivated/Cruelty-Free Dairy by Presence of Children in the HH, 2022 (percent of consumers)
    • Race/Ethnicity
      • Table Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Following of Plant-Forward Diets by Race/Ethnicity, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Use of Plant-Based Dairy Products by Race/Ethnicity, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Openness to Trying Cultivated/Cruelty-Free Dairy by Race/Ethnicity, 2022 (percent of consumers)
    • Online Grocery Shoppers (Food Delivery and Pickup Services)
      • Table Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Following of Plant-Forward Diets by Use of Online Grocery Delivery Services, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Use of Plant-Based Dairy Products by Use of Online Grocery Websites in the Last 30 Days, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Table Openness to Trying Cultivated/Cruelty-Free Dairy by Use of Online Grocery Websites in the Last 30 Days, 2022 (percent of consumers)
  • Consumer Psychographics and Motivations for Eating Choices
    • Highlights
    • Motivations for Eating Choices
      • Plant-Based Dairy Consumers Report More Factors Affecting Their Diet
        • Table Factors Strongly or Somewhat Affecting Diet by Use of Plant-Based Dairy Products and Plant-Forward Diets Followed, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Factors Affecting Decisions to Consume Plant-Based Dairy Alternatives
        • Table Factors Strongly or Somewhat Affecting the Choice to Consume Plant-Based Dairy Alternatives, 2022 (percent of plant-based dairy consumers)
      • Most Plant-Based Dairy Consumers Think These Products Are Healthier and Better for the Environment Than Animal-Based Products
        • Table Agreement on Statements about Plant-Based Dairy Products, 2022 (percent of consumers)
      • Motivations for Following Any Special Eating Pattern/Diet
      • Reasons Consumers Do Not Eat Plant-Based Dairy Alternatives
        • Table Reasons for Not Consuming Plant-Based Dairy Alternatives, 2022 (percent of consumers who do not eat plant-based dairy products)
      • 70% of Consumers Who Don’t Eat Plant-Based Dairy Products Are Open to Trying Them
      • Reasons Consumers Are Not Open to Trying Cultivated/Cruelty-Free Dairy Products
        • Table Reasons Consumers Are Not Open to Trying Cultivated, Cruelty-Free Dairy Products, 2022 (percent of consumers not open to trying any cultivated dairy products)
    • Consumers Who Eat Plant-Based Dairy Products or Follow Plant- Forward Diets Are More Likely to Shop at Premium Grocers
      • Table Grocery Purchases from Selected Retailers in the Last 30 Days by Type of Plant-Forward Diets Followed, 2022 (percent of consumers)
    • Consumer Attitudes on Food and Health
      • Cooking Attitudes
        • Table Cooking Attitudes by Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Plant-Forward Diets Followed, 2022 (percent of consumers who agree completely)
      • Attitudes on Convenience Foods, Being Busy, and Stress
        • Table Attitudes on Convenience Foods, Being Busy, and Stress by Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Plant-Forward Diets Followed, 2022 (percent of consumers who agree completely)
      • Nutrition and Health Attitudes
        • Table Nutrition and Health Attitudes by Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Plant-Forward Diets Followed, 2022 (percent of consumers who agree completely)
      • Attitudes on Premium Foods and Paying for Food
        • Table Attitudes on Premium Foods and Paying for Food by Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Plant-Forward Diets Followed, 2022 (percent of consumers who agree completely)
      • Openness to New Food Experiences
        • Table Attitudes on Openness to New Food Experiences by Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Plant-Forward Diets Followed, 2022 (percent of consumers who agree completely)
      • Attitudes on Exercise and Alternative Medicine
        • Table Attitudes on Exercise and Alternative Medicine by Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Plant-Forward Diets Followed, 2022 (percent of consumers who agree completely)
      • More than Half of Consumers Consider Themselves to Be in Excellent or Very Good Health
      • Definition of Healthy Food
      • Beliefs about Sources of Weight Gain
    • Thoughts on Sustainability
      • Attitudes on the Environment and Ethics
        • Table Environmental and Ethical Attitudes by Use of Plant/Nut Milks and Plant-Forward Diets Followed, 2022 (percent of consumers who agree completely)
      • Environmental Sustainability Has Increased in Importance for Food Purchasing Decisions
      • Food Production Factors in Decisions to Purchase Food
      • More Than Half of Consumers Believe Their Food Choices Impact the Environment
      • Younger Consumers Are More Concerned about the Environment
      • Indications that Products Are Environmentally Sustainable
      • Preferences for Eco-Friendly Products vs. Lower Price
      • Preferences for Socially Sustainable Products vs. Lower Price
  • Packaging Trends
    • Highlights
    • Improving Environmental Profiles by Using Recyclable/Sustainable Packaging
    • Attitudes on Packaging Among Plant-Based Dairy Consumers
      • Table Consumer Preferences on Packaging and Recycling, 2022 (percent of consumers)
    • Direct-to-Consumer Channels for Plant-Based Dairy and Eggs Focus on Recyclable Packaging
    • Retail-Ready Packaging

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