According to Simply Lyons, 58% of consumers read the ingredient list and 72% of consumers say they prefer ingredients they can recognize.
Papa John’s is spending $100 million to remove artificial ingredients from its menu, according to Simply Lyons.
On this episode of On Foodable, we’re taking a closer look at the history behind the ‘Clean Label’ consumer movement, which demands a “return to real food and transparency through authenticity,” according to Go Clean Label™. As identified by Foodable Labs, this is important because food transparency, health, and wellness are key factors to restaurant success now and in the coming years.
To learn more about what that exactly means for farmers, suppliers, retailers, and restaurants, be sure to watch the video above. If you’d like more information about the Clean Label movement, visit the Go Clean Label™ website, and to see businesses who have invested in Clean Label visit Simply Lyons' website, or Lucky Leaf Clean Label's website.