Plant-based ingredients give baked goods a new and exciting look – white paperPlant-based ingredients give baked goods a new and exciting look – white paper
How plant-based ingredient options are giving formulators the ability to create baked goods with a healthier reputation without comprising on taste and texture.
October 12, 2021
Sponsored by Cargill
Even though baked goods have largely suffered from an unhealthy reputation, the rise in plant-based ingredients that not only boost nutritional value, but also provide the taste and texture consumers crave has given the category new life. Formulators now have the power of plants at their fingertips to create indulgent treats that are healthier, cleaner, and more sustainable, all things consumers are looking for in their food.
Download the latest white paper from Cargill to learn about the rise of plant-based ingredients in baking and what is driving the surge in demand amongst consumers looking for treats that are better for themselves and for the food system they come from.
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