On the Rise: Raising the Nutritional Profile of Baked Goods

Baked goods have a mixed reputation. To some, they’re carb- and fat-laden gluten bombs; to others, they’re the embodiment of hearth-centered wholesomeness. Of course, to us in the food industry, they’re a little bit of both. All it takes to shunt them toward the wholesome latter is some formulation fine-tuning.

Baked goods have a mixed reputation. To some, they’re carb- and fat-laden gluten bombs; to others, they’re the embodiment of hearth-centered wholesomeness. Of course, to us in the food industry, they’re a little bit of both. All it takes to shunt them toward the wholesome latter is some formulation fine-tuning.

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