Podcast: Bringing Color to Plant-Based Protein

Speakers: Rae-shann Dingle, Colour Specialist – Givaudan Application Lab, and Tim Knight, Preservation Technical Services Specialist

In this episode, we are bringing colors to plant-based proteins! With the rise in vegetarian and flexatarian diets, the need for plant-based food options that taste and look good is higher than ever. We’ll discuss how we use our know-how to co-create, with our customers, new ways to provide holistic food experiences that look, taste and feel great.

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