Herbal extracts innovation

Mar 2020
INNOVA MARKET INSIGHTS COMMENTARY
The use of herbal and fruit extracts in food & beverage launches has decreased globally, featuring a -2% year-over-year decline when comparing 2019 and 2018 launches. In 2019, the top categories of global product launches tracked with herbal extracts were Soft Drinks (13%), Ready Meals & Side... More rightarrow
TOP 3 SUB-CATEGORIES
  1. Beer
  2. Tea
  3. Sports Powders
INGREDIENTS ANALYZED
Food & beverage launches only;
Rosemary extract
KEY TAKEOUTS
GROWTH/DECLINE IN TRACKED PRODUCT LAUNCHES
-2% (2019 vs 2018)

TOP COMPANY
Lidl

TOP CATEGORY
Soft Drinks

TOP INGREDIENTS
Rosemary extract

REGION ANALYZED
Global

DATE ANALYZED
2019 vs 2018

Source: Innova Market Insights

Previous Ingredient Analysis on NutritionInsight.com

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