A boom in sales of goat milk has some wondering if goat milk —fantastically popular in most of the world, but not so in the U.S.—could one day compete with cow milk in American supermarkets.
Goat milk still trails distantly behind cow milk in the American marketplace and mindset. It just isn’t that easy to swap out one of the most basic essentials in the American kitchen (just ask those who eat gluten-free, or drink tea rather than coffee). But goat milk has had a renaissance in the past decade or so, pushed by a variety of disparate factors, according to the AP. Could it eventually compete with cow milk?
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