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Consumer preferences for fats & oils – infographic

After nearly 50 years in "nutrition detention," fat is making a comeback thanks to shifting consumer preferences and an increasing number of clean label alternatives that align with consumer demand for healthier options.

July 25, 2017

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After nearly 50 years in “nutrition detention,” fat is making a comeback thanks to shifting consumer preferences and an increasing number of clean label alternatives that align with consumer demand for healthier options. Consumers will continue to seek indulgent products such as baked goods, snacks, confectionery and dairy products where fats and oils help create a memorable tasting experience, but they also want to feel good about their choices. This opens the door for brand holders to not only clean up ingredient lists but also add a little functionality into finished products.

Download this infographic to find out more about how consumer preferences are driving demand for healthier fats and oils in food applications.

For more information, visit: “Fats & Oils: Consumers Driving Demand for Healthier Options.”

 

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