Although demand for other plant-based milk – such as oat milk and almond milk – has been growing in Indonesia, the high prices of such products remain of the main blocks on deeper penetration. This is especially notable when compared to the more affordable price points of the better-known soy milk.
The event of the COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdowns and mobility restrictions boosted social media usage as well as e-commerce. Within this environment, consumers became accustomed to using social media channels to research new products before they selected their purchases.
Other plant-based milk will also benefit from foodservice sales over the forecast period. Increasingly, cafés and restaurants are offering milk alternatives to meet growing consumer demand and other plant-based alternatives can be used in both fresh and shelf stable formats.
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