In line with the growing health and wellness trend, honey is set to grow further across the forecast period.
Many Taiwanese consumers still prefer jam and preserves, being their sweet spread of choice. Compared to chocolate and nut spread, jam is often considered more healthy and lower in calories.
In line with heightened health consciousness, consumers increasingly demand more natural ingredients, with fewer additives in their food, especially sugar. This is boosting the demand for low and no-sugar products, including sweet spreads.
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