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Inside the latest "better-for-you" food trends

The ongoing pandemic continues to act as a catalyst to encourage more people to eat healthier. This shift could have an immediate and long-lasting impact on food and beverage makers by encouraging more businesses to expedite the reformulation of existing recipes or introduce additional new products.

included in this trendline
  • Kind CEO pushing bar giant beyond its signature product
  • 5 legacy foods that got a better-for-you makeover
  • Consumer concerns about COVID-19 put focus on better-for-you products
Our Trendlines go deep on the biggest trends. These special reports, produced by our team of award-winning journalists, help business leaders understand how their industries are changing.
Davide Savenije Editor-in-Chief at Industry Dive.