The anticipated rise of plant-based food worldwide can be attributed to the impact of non-vegetarian and dairy food on human health and the environment. The livestock industry is one of the major contributors to global warming. Relative to plant-based agriculture, meat production has a much higher environmental impact in relation to freshwater use, amount of land required, and waste products generated. The recommended and potential approach for reducing the impact of humanity on the environment is to promote the increased consumption of plant-based foods. It would also help in reducing the high rates of numerous chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease and certain cancers. According to the International Diabetes Federation, in 2017, approximately 425 million adults (20-79 years) were living with diabetes; which is anticipated to reach 629 million by 2045. Several studies claim that whole-foods or plant-based diets can help in preventing and even reverse food and lifestyle-borne illnesses, such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Some of the items contributing to health issues include bakery items and snacks. The Plant-Based Food Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.94% in the course of the forecast period (2019-2025) and reach a market valuation of US$ 38.4 billion by 2025.