Plant-based foods have entered the mainstream of food and hospitality industry as concept of vegan diet has been perceived and understood by more people. The issue is not just of a particular country but of whole globe. Vegetarian restaurants have become commonplace in many parts of the globe. Even in western countries, where the concept of non-vegetarian diet was more prevalent in the past, the markets of vegan foods have dominated. Vegan foods have immersed in the people’s appetite.
Vegan foods: American scenario
The traction gained in plant-based eating is seen in the population of many countries. For instance, Americans who are especially known for eating animal-based products have changed their appetite. Most American population is attracted by the vegan cuisine for health and environmental reasons. There is no dearth of vegan restaurants in contemporary time in most states of United States. The evidence is seen in the rising prices of vegetables in this country. The vegetables such as cabbage, Brussels sprouts and kale are hot-selling on American grocery stores. More vegetables and lentils, which were not earlier seen on grocery stores, have crowded the shelves because these are too much in demand by American population.
A new taste of new world
The scenario of selling of plant-based products in some other countries is same like United States. These foods have been included in the international cuisine served in many restaurants. The chefs are trying many new recipes with plant-based ingredients because people love to eat these dishes and they don’t mind paying any price for vegan menu. Vegan foods have become part of most people’s life. The advocated health and environmental benefits are driving force that binds more people to these foods. A new taste has been developed and this new taste asks for more and more vegan foods. The restaurants understand their customers’ demand and make all efforts to satisfy their customers to grow their business.