Plant Proteins: Present and Future

Soy Dominates Today, but Pea, Canola, Oat, and Other Non-traditional Plant Proteins are Poised for Rapid Growth

Diversity of protein sources, scalability, and regional  considerations are keys to growth.

Plant-based protein production has grown dramatically in order to meet the increasing demand coming from the swelling global population, expected to reach 10 billion by 2050. Looking to the future, technology innovation will play an important role in unlocking new plant-based protein opportunities, especially when combined with sources that are affordable, accessible, and abundant.

In our new report Plant Proteins: Present & Future, our experts evaluate 24 crops and their attractiveness as plant protein sources.

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