- Number of people eating plant protein food & avoiding animal meat or milk products rising, says GFI senior official
- New plant protein burger highly recommended not only for vegetarians and vegans, but for all health and wellness conscious consumers
- New burgers contain 20 per cent more protein, 40 per cent less calories, 50 per cent less fat, 40 per cent less carbs, 60 per cent less sodium, 70 per cent more calcium, and 60 per cent more iron than ordinary chicken burgers
Plant protein food sources are impressively gaining preference across the globe as consumers have now become more and more conscious about the impact left by their nutrition choices on their health, wellness, the environment, and animal welfare. In line with this, the global meat substitutes market is expected to reach USD 5.2 billion by 2020, with a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.4 per cent.