Oat milk sales up 250% in Canada in the past year
From cbc.ca: "The latest star among non-dairy milk products comes from one of Canada's most underrated crops: oats.
Canadians are consuming about 20 per cent less dairy milk than they were a decade ago, according to Statistics Canada. In that time, people have turned to many non-dairy, or plant-based, milk alternatives: soy, almond, coconut, cashew, even rice.
Now, oat milk appears to be having a moment."
Continue reading at cbc.ca: From oat field to coffee shop: The latest non-dairy star is grown in Canada