Growing calls for transparency throughout the supply chain are taking clean and clear label to a new and supreme level. This comes as the inherent benefits of plant-based products are being active marketed to a more health conscious consumers. “Clean Supreme” and “Disruptive Green” lead ’ Top Ten Trends list for 2017.
According to Mintel, 2017 will be a year of extremes, from “ancient” products including grains, recipes, practices and traditions, to the use of technology to create more and better tasting plant-enhanced foods.
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