The global F&B sector, at present, finds itself in the midst of a radical shift towards plant-based alternatives. Industries like non-dairy yogurt market are reaching new highs on the back of the rapidly growing healthy living trend, which has taken the world by storm. The healthy eating trend proliferated further during the coronavirus lockdown, which in consequence has increased the demand for products such as plant-based yogurt.
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