Once upon a time, soy milk and veggie burgers were food for health nuts. Today, these supermarket stalwarts are food for everyone. Soy- and grain-based products in the form of nondairy drinks, burgers, breakfast links and dinner loaves, to name a few, are poised to roll in as the next natural-foods tsunami. A number of factors are pushing the wave, including the nation's continued concern about dietary fat and cholesterol; decreased consumption of meat in some demographics; greater public ...

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