Stephanie Mattucci, CFS, Director, Food Science, Mintel
Stephanie Mattucci, CFS, is Director, Food Science at Mintel. Mattucci’s role includes advising clients about innovations, ingredient and nutrition trends related to consumer behavior. Her insights guide technical teams yet are approachable to those without a technical background. Stephanie also gives insightful and engaging presentations for clients at workshops, trade shows, and other events.
She has a bachelor’s degree in Food Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and earned her Certified Food Scientist credential from the Institute of Food Technologists in 2016. Before joining Mintel in 2013, Mattucci worked as a Food Scientist for a global leader in customized food ingredients, where she formulated seasoning blends for various food applications.
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Global Food Forums Presentations by Speaker
Clean label: What Matters to Consumers?
While the definition of clean label has evolved, at its core, it has always been about health and safety. Clean label products must adapt to address new concerns, especially in the wake of the concurrent repercussions of climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic. The next generation of successful clean label products will be those that understand the convergence of health and sustainability trends. “Better-for-us” will be the new “better-for-you” as people consider the effects of what they eat on themselves and the world around them.
2021 Sweetener Systems Premium Webinar
Understanding Consumers’ Needs in a New Era of Sugar Reduction
Consumers’ quest for healthier diets is putting more pressure on brands to address the sugar content in their products. Not only has the COVID-19 pandemic prompted people to pay greater attention to their health, but it has also changed the way consumers interact with sweetener ingredients at home. This creates new opportunities for better-for-you sweeteners to meet consumers’ wellness goals, both at home and in retail food and drink products. Learn more about today’s sweetener ingredients trends. Find out what consumers are looking for in sweeteners and how innovative ingredient solutions are rising to the challenge.