As consumers seek out healthier dining options, plant-based alternatives to foods containing meat, fish, eggs and dairy are trending at an all-time high. A key driver of growth at fast-casual restaurants and grocery stores, plant-based foods are increasingly accessible, affordable and aligned in taste with their animal product counterparts.
Research reveals that consuming more plant-based foods has significant health benefits, including lowering the risks of diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, obesity and some cancers. Lower cholesterol and weight, high fiber intake and increased nutrient intake are also associated with regular consumption of plant-based foods.
Epidemiological studies have also confirmed that replacing certain animal-based foods with plant-based alternatives is associated with a lower risk of chronic disease and mortality. According to UnivDatos Market Insights, a leading market research company providing research and analysis on international markets, plant-based food alternatives are expected to reach a global market value of US$38.4 billion by 2025.
With a network of high-level contacts in the food and beverage industries across North America, South America and Europe, the executive team at EuroLife Brands is working toward a number of strategic partnerships to strengthen EuroLife’s offering of innovative plant-based food alternatives.
Working diligently with their colleagues in the health and wellness industry, EuroLife plans to execute several joint ventures to bring together players from across various sectors to offer their strengths in creating a new and exciting lineup of plant-based foods for health-conscious consumers to enjoy.
With deals already in place for plant-based beverages such as coffee and tea, EuroLife plans to move aggressively to expand its portfolio through mutually-beneficial partnerships, mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and more.