Formulating for success in the dairy alternative aisle – digital magazineFormulating for success in the dairy alternative aisle – digital magazine
Many drivers are leading to rising demand for dairy alternatives, including the avoidance of dairy allergens; desire for clean label products; compatibility with vegetarian, vegan and flexitarian lifestyles; and concerns about sustainability and animal welfare. Whether derived from nuts, grains, legumes or other sources, dairy alternatives present formulation challenges, but improvements in plant-protein formulation options, coupled with greater expertise, offer product developers the opportunity to capitalize on consumer interest in dairy alternative products.
February 26, 2020
Sponsored by Cargill
Takeaways for Your Business:
The combination of personal health and sustainability concerns is driving plant-based innovation.
Dairy alternative formulation brings challenges to taste, texture, shelf life and more.
Continuing improvements in formulation options allow brands to deliver on consumer expectations.
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