Dairy substitutes offer better nourishing welfares in contrast to conservative dairy products such as butter, milk, and cheese, pushing more customers to change to dairy substitutes.
Contrary to popular belief, augmented ingesting of milk does not recover bone density in adulthood, as per a study available in the Food and Nutrition Research Journal. Dairy alternatives contain fewer calories than low-fat milk. Moreover, calcium and potassium content in these dairy alternatives is more than that of milk, which is the main reason for the consumption of dairy products. Dairy substitute manufacturers to boost sales have incorporated these research findings into marketing plans.