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Katja: a case study

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Katja is a Dutch candy brand that offers a range of products, including animal-shaped gummies and licorice laces. In 2012, the company began the process of becoming plant-based by removing gelatine from its product recipes. Check out our case study to discover more about Katja’s journey to plant-based confectionery.

Katja: a case study

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