Philippines: Plant-based Food Products Market Brief

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   RP2021-0014

Supported by growing awareness and adoption of global trends, plant-based foods in the Philippines have taken hold of a recognizable niche marketplace in the past year. Industry contacts are optimistic the market will grow 3–5 percent in 2021. Opportunities for U.S. exporters exist in both consumer-oriented goods as well as raw materials to support up-start local food manufacturers.

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