Tunnel vision makes functional food sector sick
Too many food manufacturers are launching functional and nutraceutical products without concrete evidence to back extravagant claims of health-promoting efficacy. For a market in which building credibility among consumers is the key to profit making, the only result will be to leave the entire sector sick and bloated, according to Promar International, a food and healthcare strategic consultancy.
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