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May 29, 2013

The Move towards Natural Colors, Flavours, and Additives

One of the hot topics at the World Food Technology and Innovation Forum was the move from artificial to natural colours, flavours and additives. Lianne van den Bos, Senior Research Analyst at Euromonitor explains the steps companies like Nestlé and Tate & Lyle have taken towards natural ingredients, and explains that innovation in natural products should be the next target for companies looking to be ahead of the curve.

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