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Plant-based milks have been [grown / growing] in popularity for the past decade. This is because more people are switching [to / on] vegan diets and foods that are more [sustenance / sustainably] produced. A recent cause of people switching from [dairy / daily] to plant-based alternatives is the [global / globally] rise in the prices of foodstuffs. This has been [excavated / exacerbated] by Moscow's invasion of Ukraine. This has increased the costs of fertilizer and [feeder / feed] for cows. Many countries in Europe and Asia rely on Russia for over 50 per cent of their fertilizer [supply / supplicant] . In addition, the supply of Ukrainian corn used to feed cows has almost dried [down / up] . The UK's National Farming Union has said fertilizer prices have [risen / arisen] fourfold and animal feed by 70 per cent.

The global plant-based milk market is [protected / projected] to more than double in the next ten years. Experts have forecast [a / the] rise to $53 billion in 2028 from $22 billion in 2021. Consumers now have a dizzying [allay / array] of plant-based milk options. Supermarket [shelves / elves] are stocked with milk made from soy, almonds, coconuts, cashews, oats and [many / more] . In February, the world's first potato milk was [lunched / launched] . It is from a Swedish milk brand called Dug and is described as [being / been] "deliciously creamy". Dug is advertised [as / has] , "the most sustainable plant-based dairy alternative [at / on] the market". The dairy milk industry is defending its product. It is reminding people that dairy milk is rich [in / on] calcium, protein and vitamin D.

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