Success in plant-based dairy boils down to listening to consumers and consumer education, as I find out by speaking to Sophie Davodeau, innovation director for sweet goods and dairy EAME at Givaudan.
In the wake of Covid-19, more consumers are looking to lose weight, something that will place renewed emphasis on the health and wellness industry on helping consumers achieve these goals.
California walnuts are gaining popularity in 2020 with manufacturers and foodservice operators who are seeking quality ingredients to replace meat in packaged products and menu dishes.
Since the onset of coronavirus, it hasn’t been business as usual for any sector – and the drinks industry is no exception. In fact, as consumers return to society after a long spell of being stuck at home, they’re likely to have a thirst for something quite different than they did just a few months ago.
The Sustainable Food Trust has stated that it welcomes the first part of Henry Dimbleby’s National Food Strategy for the UK, with chief executive Patrick Holden stating that it is “an excellent first step in transforming our food systems.”
A number of new measures have been revealed to assist the nation in getting fit and eating healthily in order to protect themselves and the NHS.
One of the key objectives of the UK consumer campaign involves supporting health research, publicising the numerous health benefits of California Walnuts.
Both for sports nutrition and weight management MCT fats are slowly becoming a key ingredient.
The California Walnut Commission is launching a “Power of 3” global marketing initiative in order to educate consumers on the health benefits of walnuts.