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  • Botanical flavours satiate immunity food cravings
  • Botanical flavours satiate immunity food cravings
    Charlotte May (2020) ©
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Botanical flavours satiate immunity food cravings

While the green-fingered have relished gardening during the pandemic, they’re also enjoying the benefits of botanical-flavoured food and drink for its perceived physical and mental health qualities. With people in need of an emotional boost, brands can consider the positives of botanical extracts.

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