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Why Milk Alternatives from Soy, Almond, Flax and Hemp Are Increasingly Common on Supermarket Shelves

Submitted by Food Democracy Now on June 9, 2014 - 9:31am

A walk down the refrigerator aisle today looks a lot different than it would have 50 years ago. Sure, cow’s milk still takes up a significant amount of real estate, but side-by-side with it are a variety of newer beverages, including the ubiquitous soy and the ever-more-popular almond milk. And the non-dairy choices don’t stop there: shelf-stable, carton-packed drinks such as rice, hemp, flax, oat and even quinoa milk can be found nearby.

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