What is the growth potential for stevia in snacks?

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Related tags: Breakfast, Datamonitor

Attracted by its natural, low calorie profile, food manufacturers across the industry are turning to stevia but it is the market for snacks and non-alcoholic drinks that is leading the way.

Datamonitor data shows that snacks made up 38.5% of new stevia-sweetened products between 2005 and 2009. But the sweetener is not without its drawbacks – namely a bitter aftertaste and a high price tag.

So to learn more about the ingredient's potential in the segment, tune into today's event, organised by FoodNavigator - BakeryFormulation 2012 - where we ask if the market is ready to embrace stevia in categories such as crisps and crackers.

It is free to register for the virtual conference - just CLICK HERE​.

And join us, the FoodNavigator team, at the show. The editors will be moderating the question and answer sessions of a range of webinars focused on the topic above as well as evaluating the latest techniques to reduce salt in bread or assessing the growth of the functional breakfast cereal and bakery markets.

 

Related topics: Market Trends

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