According to Mintel’s 2017 Food and Drink trend, “Power to the Plants,” the preference for natural, simple and flexible diets will drive further expansion of vegetarian, vegan and other plant-focused formulations. Looking at all of the plant-based products launched in the US in 2016, Mintel has identified the top 10 products with the highest purchase intent, as well as why consumers want to buy them. Here we highlight three of those new products: Kashi GOLEAN Crunch Cereal Kashi GOLEAN Crunch Cereal has been relaunched with a new brand name, being formerly available as Kashi GOLEAN Crunch!. This cereal contains plant protein and multi-grain clusters with a touch of cinnamon. It provides 16g wholegrain per serving, and 9g protein and 8g fiber. It is kosher certified and retails in a recyclable 13.8-oz. pack made from 100% recycled paperboard, bearing a company hashtag. 64% of consumers say that they intent to purchase this product. Saffron Road Rosemary Herb Oven Baked Lentil Crackers Saffron Road Rosemary Herb Oven Baked Lentil Crackers is a halal and non-GMO Project Verified product made with lentils that are high in protein and fiber, and low in fat. It is free from gluten, and contains 5g of plant based protein per serving. It retails in a 4.5-oz. pack, featuring the Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest logos. 45% of US consumers report interest in buying this product. Ancient Harvest Organic Supergrain Pasta Gluten-Free Penne Ancient Harvest Organic Supergrain Pasta Gluten-Fee Penne has been repackaged. The USDA Organic-certified corn and quinoa pasta is said to have the satisfying taste, texture and appeal of traditional wheat noodles without the wheat and contains 4g plant-based protein per serving. This kosher product is free of gluten and GMOs and retails in an 8-oz. newly designed pack featuring the manufacturer’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram handles. 44% of Americans say that they would buy this product. Download the complete top 10 list along with key product insights now. For more information on this series or Mintel Purchase Intelligence, contact us. You might also be interested in: No related posts.