FMI’s 2019 U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends report finds a rising number of households (33%) have at least one member following a non-medically prescribed diet such as vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian or flexitarian. Increased demand for personalization is challenging the food shopping experience, and a growing number of shoppers are turning to plant-based proteins to help meet their unique household needs. The Power of Meat 2019 report finds plant-based meat alternative sales increased 19.2% last year and account for $878 million in annual sales.
So what does this all mean for retailers and CPG manufacturers? It’s clear that consumers across the board have a growing interest in plant-based foods, including plant-based protein – and they are buying more of these items
Participants should attend this webinar to gain insights into:
Speaker: Tim Grzebinski, Principal, Client Insights, IRI
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Plant-Based Foods: Insights into Innovations, Growth and Shopper Trends
With the growing acceptance of plant-based foods and product offerings cutting across grocery categories and sales growth, FMI has set out to provide a free, online-learning series to share marketplace innovations, expand understanding of the plant-based consumer, dive into shopping trends and understand the labeling, naming compliance and regulatory landscape.
Register for the companion programs:
The Plant-Based Tipping Point
Understanding the Plant-Based Food Consumer
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