Americans are choosing alternatives to cow's milk for a variety of reasons, ranging from diet to ethics to allergies. Whatever their reasons, supermarkets have noticed and are making room for plant-based beverages that mimic cow milk's nutrient profile. One of the fastest-growing milk alternatives is made from almonds. According to SymphonyIRI, sales of almond beverages have shot up more than 85% over the past year. The numbers are expected to increase as more processors jump into the ...

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