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Nutritional Outlook, December 2016

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■ NUTRITIONAL OUTLOOK 38 DECEMBER 2016 Food and Drink milk lattés and cofees. Tese products join the company's existing line of plant-based creamers and milks. Ice Cream A handful of companies are dedicated to entirely-dairy-free ice cream. So Delicious, for example, is best known for its collection of ice creams made from coconut milk, and has expanded with other desserts based on soy, almond, and now cashew milk. Dairy-based dessert brands are also heed- ing the call. Ben & Jerry's recently announced new vegan options for its customers, includ- ing two adaptations of popular existing fa- vors, and two favors only available in the dairy-free format. Cheese Dairy foods are beloved not only for their taste and nutrition, but also for their func- tional properties like texture so integral to many of the world's favorite dishes. Cheese is one example. Now, dairy-free-cheese pro- ducers are debuting products that can still achieve the functionality needed from dairy cheeses. Te dairy-free cheese company Daiya recently announced a reformulation of its dairy-free cheese blocks. Te new version, Ice cream giant Ben & Jerry's is now dabbling in dairy-free. Daiya recently reformulated to improve the texture of its dairy-free cheese. Photo FRoM BEn & JERRy's Photo FRoM Daiya

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