The concept of "beauty from within" has set root in store aisles. The food and beverage industries are witnessing an increasing number of product launches across categories that promise to enhance physical appearance and prevent or reduce the effects of aging. According to a 2020 Global Industry Analysts report by Research and Markets, the global market for anti-aging products is projected to reach a revised size of $83 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 6.8% over 2020-2027.
What ingredients and nutrients are linked to skin health benefits, and how can manufacturers best leverage them in new product development?
Almonds may be the only whole food that have competitive claims to skin wrinkle, skin pigmentation and UVB protection benefits. In this session from the Almond Board of California (ABC), Dr. Swati Kalgaonkar will speak to data revealing which ingredients and nutrients may be key for harnessing beauty benefits. Chef Allison Rittman will apply skin health research to product development, sharing inspirational recipe concepts with compelling claims.
Dr. Swati Kalgaonkar, Associate Director, Nutrition Research, Almond Board of California