A new standard for plant-based foods has been released that builds customer confidence in their purchases.
Coronavirus-COVID-19 epidemic has changed the world; But there is also good news. Basic purchases have increased along with reduced meat consumption; Because consumers are fully aware of their health and the environment.
The benefits of vegetarianism (not eating meat) or vegan (complete avoidance of livestock and by-products) are many, and this is not surprising. Needless to say, by doing this, you will have a pure conscience; Because eating a plant-based food causes less damage to the environment.
In recent years, the number of products to meet this demand has increased. A new brand has been released for meat substitutes and dairy products such as vegan cheese and ice cream.
In some centers, there are various labels and rules aimed at better informing consumers; But so far there is no universal authority that everyone agrees on.
ISO 23662: 2021 is a technical definition and standard for foods and foods suitable for vegetarians and is an internationally agreed reference. The food and beverage industries can use it when marketing their products.
“Compliance with ISO 23662 provides the criteria for ensuring product integrity and coherence,” explained Dominic Timmans, project leader with a team of experts who developed the standard.
“Today, consumers expect clear, consistent and honest messages about the food products they choose to buy,” he said. “Especially those who have special diets, such as vegetarians.”
ISO 23662 helps to ensure that relevant products comply with regulations and definitions, as well as provide consumer confidence and facilitate local and international trade.
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