Study: Dairy consumers are wary of fat and sugar trims

04/11/2010 | (France)

Food makers risk losing customers if they cut too much fat from cheese and too much sugar from yogurt, according to a study that spans cultures. Study participants in Denmark, the U.S. and Norway were less likely to accept products with low fat or sugar contents, indicating manufacturers would benefit from making changes gradually, without excessive taste compromises.

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