Climate is changing, and the need for food is increasing as we become more people on the planet. At the same time health is one of the major issues of the century. Healthy nutrition habits are vital for improving general population health and saving resources for public health.

Research shows that our diets have a significant effect on our long-term health. Not only does being over- or underweight lead to health problems. Not eating enough of the right foods in the right balance can do the same. Research also shows that consumers are becoming increasingly more concerned about their health and wellbeing. Bread – particularly bread containing whole grains – provides an excellent source of many nutrients, not least fibre. Bread also contains a lot of essential vitamins and minerals.

New, healthier products

It is our responsibility in Lantmännen Unibake to maximize the amount of healthy ingredients and nutrients in our products for which a CO2-footprint has been created.

We want to contribute to healthier, climate-friendly eating habits that have a high nutritional profile and require a minimum of resource processing to turn into food.

Our innovation teams continually develop new products and upgrade existing ones while preserving the taste. Whenever we alter products, their taste, texture, nutritional value, price, quality, and safety all need to be considered. And improvements in any of these areas must not come at the expense of the planet.

To be able to offer healthy food, we need to keep a close and continuous eye on new knowledge within health and nutrition. Our owners, the Lantmännen Group, conduct research from field to fork. In partnership with several universities, they research the connection between food and health. Together with Lantmännen, we are determined to lead the way with new products and in-depth dietary knowledge. Always with the aim of enabling people to choose good food for a healthy life.