Nutrition and Plant-Based Milk Substitutes

Enjoy plant-based beverages; but be aware most are not equivalent to milk.

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The market for plant-based alternatives to dairy products continues to grow, as lactose intolerance, dairy allergy, veganism, environmental concerns, and other factors lead Americans to look for alternatives to dairy.

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