U.S. Dry Bean Council data highlights growth opportunities for dry beans now and in the future.
Consumers taking part in online research, which gathered views from Europe, China and Mexico, indicated that they are eating more pulses and dry beans at this time, while the vast majority agreed that they will be looking for alternative sources of protein more often in the future than they currently do.
The research was conducted online by Rose Research LLC and is based on the views of 3,771 respondents.
Read more on the U.S. Dry Bean Council website.
Dry beans are climate smart: they adapt to varying climates, use water efficiently, require less fertilizers, and increase biodiversity, all of which help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Read more about U.S. sustainability practices related to dry beans.