A research conducted by Lund University in collaboration with Tetra Pak about the dairy industry in 2030 showed that, considering there will be big changes within the Food & Beverage sector, businesses in the dairy industry will have to face the disruptive changes this will bring.
New research conducted by Lund University together with Tetra Pak presents four plausible scenarios for the future of the Dairy Industry
The results of the study have shown four possible scenarios for 2030: a dairy evolution; the increase of green dairy; a new fusion; and a completely new product.
- In the first scenario, businesses will have to grow to meet the demand in countries with a deficit in dairy products.
- In the second scenario, there will be more socio-environmental restrictions y taxes for animal origin resources, therefore businesses will start investing in the production of plant-based dairy.
- In the third scenario, cow-based products will decrease, with the rise of lab grown and plant-based products, creating a fusion between the three. In this case, businesses will have to invest in R&D to be competitive.
- And in the fourth one, both the second and third scenarios are combined, with an increase of restrictions as well as technology, making lab grown products the most produced ones.
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