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Experts Predict Dairy Industry Could Disappear in 10 Years

Experts Predict Dairy Industry Could Disappear in 10 Years

Consumers are growing weary of dairy. Sales of milk continue to drop - recent data released by the Dairy Farmers of America showed a $1.1 billion loss in revenue for the dairy industry in...
12,000 Doctors Urge the USDA to Issue Dairy Warning

12,000 Doctors Urge the USDA to Stop Recommending Dairy

The nonprofit Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, which counts 12,000 members from the medical community, is urging the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Department of Health and Human Services to rethink dairy's place...
Vegan Cheese Brand Now in 200 Mexican Costcos

Mexican Cheese Company Sells 2.5 Million Units a Year

Vegan milk and cheese brand Heartbest Foods is on a mission to transition Mexicans away from dairy. And its plan is working. Available in 200 Costco stores nationwide, with more expansion plans on the...
Whole Milk Consumption Linked to Prostate Cancer

Half of US Dairy Drinkers Also Buy Vegan Alternatives, Finds Survey

Up to 50% of US dairy consumers also use vegan alternatives, according to new research conducted by Cargill. The corporation carried out a global survey in 13 countries to assess consumer preferences in regards to their...

13 Ways Consuming Dairy Products is Detrimental to Human Health

Got milk? If so, you may also experience acne, digestion issues, unwanted belly fat, and a higher risk of developing cancer. All of these conditions have been linked to dairy consumption. The slogan, "Milk...
Vegan Milk Brand Tackles Dairy Nutrition Claims

Almond Milk Popularity Soars as Public Attempt to Tackle Obesity Crisis

Almond milk is not only delicious, but it's packed with health benefits too: the plant-milk can help weight management, improves bone strength, aids digestion and is ideal for those with lactose intolerance. It's unsurprising then...

Vegan Startup Company Launches Plant Milk Brand for Lactose Intolerant Indians

If it seems like nearly everyone is lactose intolerant or can't eat dairy, that's because 3 out of every 4 people are 'lactose mal-absorbers' - meaning their bodies can't digest milk. Alongside a staggering rise...