Fortune – Plant-Based Food Sales See Greatest Gains Yet as Meat Shortage Fears Grow

Plant-Based Food Sales See Greatest Gains Yet as Meat Shortage Fears Grow

With the meat processing industry in a tailspin amid Tyson and Smithfield plant closures owing to outbreaks of COVID-19, there is a potential nationwide meat shortage looming. This shortage, coupled with consumer uncertainty during this anxious time, has seemingly contributed to a surge in demand for plant-based alternatives. Big thanks to Fortune for spotlighting Loma Linda and many other plant-based brands!

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