The New Dairy Queens
One look at the dairy-free milk aisle and it’s clear that food companies are on a tear. Nondairy milk sales in the U.S. increased by 61% from 2012 to 2017, according to the research firm Mintel. For a variety of reasons, from lactose intolerance to the perceived unhealthfulness of cow’s milk, more consumers are floating their cereal in liquids that no longer seem nontraditional. Here’s how some of the moo-free contenders stack up nutritionally.