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What is Certified Organic Lecithin?

The global organic food market is booming, with a forecasted growth to a staggering $367 billion by 2029. This projection signals a continued surge in consumer demand for clean and ethically sourced ingredients in food and beverage production.  

Given the number, a crucial ingredient like lecithin that plays a vital role in food manufacturing cannot be ignored. That is why we encourage sourcing managers and business owners to only source certified organic lecithin to gain a clear advantage over their competitors. 

In this article, we have explored the key differences between certified and uncertified options, and why prioritising certified organic lecithin is a strategic move for the food manufacturers.

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