Within the dairy products arena, fruit, nuts and other inclusions are much like the prize in a Cracker Jack box. They add a little fun and excitement, transforming an ordinary offering to an extraordinary one. In addition, they help differentiate the products in a crowded refrigerated case or freezer case.
Those are likely a couple of the reasons inclusions represent a growing business, inside and outside of the dairy product realm. In fact, a new report forecasts that the global food inclusions market will reach $14,730 million by 2026, growing at a compound annual growth rate of 6.1% between 2021 and 2026. And inclusions that mesh with current and emerging trends spell opportunity in new dairy product development.
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