[WATCH] The future of animal proteins and meat alternatives

April 6, 2022
Less than a minute

Although meat substitutes are becoming increasingly popular and heading towards mainstream status, brands still face challenges to generate repeat purchases…which will depend on improved taste, nutrition and sustainability.

Watch this new video by Mintel’s global protein expert to find out about the future of meat substitutes and animal proteins in the next two years, in five years and beyond.

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Dasha Shor
Dasha Shor

Dasha Shor is a global food analyst at Mintel, specializing in animal proteins, dairy and their alternatives. A Registered Dietitian, Dasha leans on her nutrition and food science expertise and experience working with commodity, foodservice and CPG companies to develop actionable insights for the food and beverage industry.

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