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Nuts, Seeds Satisfy Consumer Demand For More Plant Protein In Baked Goods

August 17, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Makers of snack and baked goods are keenly aware of scientific findings that underpin consumer demand for plant-based protein products. Nuts and seeds especially offer a healthful ingredient profile while enhancing flavor, visual interest, and texture. Snacks are purchased as an indulgence, but health and wellness, along with taste and convenience, are “creating an unstoppable momentum for seeds and nuts." Among the more popular of these ingredients are walnuts, chia seeds, and flaxseeds. Gluten-free nut and seed flours are also gaining momentum – a good example is smooth-textured almond flour. Wheat flour blended with seed and nut flours delivers healthful multigrain bagels, breads, buns, and pizza crusts. [Image Credit: © MyNewRoots.org ]
Maxine Weber, "Using Nutritious, Delicious Nut and Seed Ingredients in Snacks and Baked Goods", Snack & Bakery, August 17, 2017, © BNP Media
Bodily Needs
New Formats
New Ways of Eating
Fruit, Vegetables & Nuts
Proteins, non-dairy
Whole Grains
North America
United States of America
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