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  • More French people seek out healthier dairy products
  • More French people seek out healthier dairy products
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More French people seek out healthier dairy products

Despite living in a country that’s famous for its cheese, increasingly health-conscious French shoppers are re-examining their dairy intake. With obesity a national concern, there’s an opportunity for brands to put a healthier spin on traditional dairy products.

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