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U-Be-Livin-Smart's dual-benefit messaging is compelling in terms of what the products contain (nutrient-dense, non-processed ingredients) and avoid (no additives or preservatives). Suitability for consumers with food sensitivities and a deeper brand purpose helps give the brand added substance, and enhances approachability.
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By developing genuinely healthier alternatives in inherently indulgent categories (i.e. baked goods and confections), U-Be-Livin-Smart challenges established category norms.
U-Be-Livin-Smart has tapped into widespread stakeholder concerns about overly processed, non-nutrient-dense foods. It represents a broader movement in the food industry that has taken a step forward in formulating products in a way that prioritizes the positive benefits of certain ingredients, rather than merely the absence of some nutrients.
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