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As the clean-label movement becomes less of trend and more of a standard within the food and beverage industry, brand owners, product developers and suppliers have to re-evaluate their product formulations and accommodate this new consumer demand. The process of creating a clean-label product, or transitioning an existing product to a cleaner label, is rarely (if ever) a mere swap out of ingredients. Takeaways include: *The strongest area for growth for clean-label products is in the food and beverage sector. *Industry needs to address supply chain issues such as sustainability and foreign verification. *Nutrition and formulation considerations impact product development timing and opportunities.

September 2, 2016

1 Min Read
Delivering on the Clean-Label Expectation: Ingredient Solutions, Supply Chain Considerations, and Best Practices

Table of Contents

  • Viewpoint

  • R&D Solutions: Keeping It Clean From the Start

  • Botanicals Bloom in Clean-Label Applications

  • Clean Label—A Global Supply Chain Perspective

  • Developing Best Practices for Clean-Label Supply Chain

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