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Lessons learned from brands who veganised classic products

Veganising classic products is a great way for legacy brands to reduce costs and attract new customers. But how do you do it without sacrificing quality? 

Our expert panel will be on hand to share the inside scoop when it comes to replacing animal-based ingredients with plant-based alternatives.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • The key benefits for brands that switch to plant-based products
  • How multifunctional ingredients can help you to optimise taste and texture while avoiding long ingredient lists
  • The role of equipment and finding the right supplier for your challenge
  • Best-practice examples, including replacing eggs, butter, and milk powder in classic recipes

You’ll come away with an overview of the challenges, solutions, and opportunities involved in vegansing classic products – and the confidence that your brand can achieve the same degree of success and popularity as our panel has done.

Dive deeper

If you are interested in this topic, why not check out our article with the same name on the New Food Hub. It’s packed full of actionable insights along with some case studies of brands who are already leading the way.

11:00 am - 11:45 am CET

14 July 2022

Carole Bingley

Technical Specialist, RSSL

Jochen Pfeifer

Research Fellow, Mondelez International

Corjan van den Berg

CEO, FUMI Ingredients

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