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Ingredients avoided in food products in Canada 2016, by type

Ingredients or attributes avoided in food products by consumers in Canada as of 2016, by type

by Emma Bedford, last edited Mar 19, 2018
Ingredients avoided in food products in Canada 2016, by type This statistic shows the ingredients or attributes avoided in food products by consumers in Canada as of 2016, by type. According to the survey, 63 percent of respondents said that they try avoid artificial sweeteners in food products.
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Ingredients or attributes avoided in food products by consumers in Canada as of 2016, by type

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