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Sustainability and health are top drivers for flexitarians seeking plant-based food and drink, but taste tops the list, according to a new study.
Taste and nutrition company Kerry's research of more than 6,300 consumers in 12 countries – including Thailand, India, Japan and China – revealed a desire for more protein in products regarded as 'healthy'.
As consumers seek tastier and more sustainable options, India presents ample opportunity for plant-based innovation.
In episode two of New Food and Equinom’s plant-based series, Bethan Grylls is joined by three female experts who discuss the future of protein, the challenges of mimicking experience, and whether soy will ever be trumped.
On what is World Food Safety Day, taste and nutrition company Kerry has revealed research that suggests consumers are more conscious of food safety than ever after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Research from Kerry has suggested beverage consumers are keen to look after their health more than ever before in the wake of the pandemic.
Kerry is confident that the acquisition will enable it to expand its customer base in China, where the Jining group is one of the major players in the savoury flavour and prepared food markets.
The nutrition company has revealed what is most important to consumers when it comes to buying protein snack bars in its new research whitepaper.
The acquisition is said to enhance Kerry’s position in the hydrolysed plant protein space for specialised nutrition, and expands the company’s capacity to serve the rapidly growing organic plant protein market.