Because research suggests that a healthy diet low in saturated and trans fats may reduce the risk of heart disease, Becel Buttery Taste* Margarine is a smart choice for anyone who wants to eat healthier. It’s a great fit for how Canadians are eating today: Becel Buttery Taste* Margarine is non-hydrogenated, has no cholesterol or trans fat and is 80 percent lower in saturated fat than butter.
Your customers will truly enjoy the rich buttery taste of Becel Buttery Taste* Margarine while appreciating the smart nutritional profile. Becel Buttery Taste*Margarine has an added touch of buttermilk that delivers a satisfying buttery flavour. Therefore, offering Becel Buttery Taste*Margarine portion packs allows your guests to indulge their taste buds while feeling good about their nutritional choices.
Becel holds a premier reputation with consumers as Canada’s #1 consumer margarine choice for use at home. Because consumers trust the brand, you can make a good impression and increase customer satisfaction when you offer your patrons delicious Becel Buttery Taste* Margarine portioned servings as a part of your menu.
About Unilever Food Solutions
At Unilever Food Solutions, we help chefs all over the world serve tasty, wholesome meals that keep guests coming back for more. We create ingredients that save precious prep time in the kitchen, without compromising on flavour or flair, and constantly provide ideas and inspiration to keep your menu fresh and exciting. Our ingredients are some of the staples of professional kitchens in 74 countries around the world: Hellmann’s, Knorr, Lipton and more. We’ve been in the foodservice industry since the 1880s. We have more than 300 chefs on staff around the world, so we understand that critical balance between impressing your guests and making a profit. And how to keep your menus and recipes fresh and exciting, as times and tastes change. Visit unileverfoodsolutions.ca for more information.
 Nielsen, 52 weeks ending 12/18/10, Margarine
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