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What are Functional Foods and Why Do They Need Lecithin?

Functional foods are an important part of modern nutrition. They are basically produced by increasing the targeted effect of any beneficial ingredient in food to deliver a healthier impact on the consumer. Since they go through enrichments and fortifications, they become more nutrient. Fortified cereals, juices, and dairy products are some examples of such functional foods.

But what role does lecithin play in functional foods?

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