Dairy-Free Market Could Reach $19.5B by 2020

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Dairy-free demand is on the rise. TCBY now serves dairy-free yogurt and Dunkin’ now offers almond milk; even Ben & Jerry’s just announced that it’s introducing a vegan almond milk ice cream in 2016. According to a new report by Markets and Markets, the non-dairy market is growing — and fast. Plant-based alternatives are projected to reach a whopping $19.5 billion …

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You Asked, Tim Hortons Responds: Soy Milk Now Available

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With more than 4,500 locations in Canada, Tim Hortons is the country’s largest coffee chain and the largest quick-service restaurant. Though the company didn’t have a dairy-free option for coffee — until now. We’re thrilled to announce that your requests for dairy-free options were heard: Tim Hortons now offers soy milk at participating restaurants throughout Canada. Next time you stop …


More Companies Deliver on Dairy-Free Demand

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Despite the dairy industry’s multi-million dollar advertising campaigns (Got Milk?), government-sponsored programs that push milk, and even ridiculous efforts to slam non-dairy alternatives, milk consumption in the U.S. is steadily declining. In fact, a recent report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture confirms that each generation drinks less and less milk than the one prior. Simply put, Americans are moving on. …


TCBY Expands Vegan Fro-Yo Menu

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Last August, we shared the good news about TCBY introducing “the first ever national dairy-free, almond milk-based frozen yogurt option.”  More than 400 locations from coast to coast served the decadent Chocolate Almond flavor for a 12-week trial, and it was met with such incredible success, some stores could barely keep up with the demand. This plant-based option has been …

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TCBY Launches Dairy-Free Frozen Yogurt

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As a growing number of Americans, especially today’s younger generations, are ditching dairy, the food industry is responding by serving up more plant-based options. Case in point: TCBY (The Country’s Best Yogurt) just announced its partnership with Silk to introduce “the first ever national dairy-free, almondmilk-based frozen yogurt option.”