This Spark Change-inspired series will also shine the spotlight on some of these brands by highlighting a different trend each week.
Trend of the week: Plant-based Ethics
Brands exemplifying the Plant-based Ethics trend make it easy for consumers to choose plant-based products as they either reduce or avoid animal-based products entirely. This results in lowered greenhouse gas emissions and highlights the animal cruelty and pollution rampant in many conventional animal agriculture operations.
Beanfields' vegan and gluten-free snacks transform plants into the healthier versions of pork cracklins and cheesy tortilla chips that consumers want. Beanfields emphasizes the significant nutritional benefits of beans, which are an excellent source of plant-based fiber, protein and potassium. Find Beanfields in the Product Discovery Zone.
Emerging alternative dairy company Lavva ditches sugar and other fillers in favor of delicious superfood plant-based ingredients like the Pili nut and plantains, and couples these with real fruit for a touch of sweetness. Lavva's clean ingredient list and vegan probiotic cultures help this brand stand out from other nondairy companies in the space. Find Lavva in the Product Discovery Zone.
3. Meatless Farm
Meatless Farm's product line spans from plant-based sausage links to versatile plant-based ground—all perfectly formulated to mimic the taste and texture of conventional meat. The company targets flexitarian consumers looking to reduce their meat intake and offers meatless meal solutions using its product on its website. Meatless Farm's Meatless Consumption Target encourages every household in the U.S. to make at least one meal each week be plant based (which would cut the country's greenhouse gas emissions by 470 million tons!). Find Meatless Farm in the Product Discovery Zone.
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