Carbery and Synergy showcase innovation in nutrition and flavor solutions


09 Oct 2017 --- Later this year, at FiE 2017, whey protein provider, Carbery, and its flavors division, Synergy, will showcase their unique joint expertise in delivering advanced nutritional and flavor solutions.

Carbery will be highlighting the latest addition to its successful hydrolyzed whey protein range, Optipep, which has been specially formulated for use in protein bars, where it delivers a softer texture throughout shelf life. Synergy will be showcasing its new signature cold brew coffee, which is typically brewed at 4 degrees C and is distinctly different from hot coffee brewed in a coffee machine. Naturally sweet and highly concentrated, Synergy’s cold brew coffee is on trend with the growing retail and foodservice markets. 

As well as raspberry and white chocolate Optipep bars, visitors to the stand will also have the chance to taste high-protein ready-to-drink (RTD) beverages, protein water with new refreshing cooling flavor combinations such as cucumber and apple, a high protein berry smoothie and soft-serve protein ice-cream with warming flavors such as gingerbread biscuit. The concepts on show will highlight how Carbery and Synergy are able to marry their joint expertise in nutrition and flavor to help food manufacturers deliver high-quality protein-enriched foods with broad consumer appeal.  

Carbery Group


Carbery is a leading global manufacturer of specialty and nutritional dairy ingredients as well as flavours and cheeses. Carbery’s nutrition business pioneers, manufactures and markets a comprehensive range of advanced whey proteins for the infant, sport, clinical nutrition, and mainstream food and beverage markets.

Carbery invests in pioneering research on the bioactivity of dairy peptides to expand their market-leading Optipep® whey protein hydrolysate range. This innovation brings valuable new insight into the role of hydrolysed dairy proteins in improving muscle health, mobility, insulin sensitivity and appetite control. 

Taste and Nutrition Innovation continues to be the key driver of Carbery’s growth and will remain central to its continued long-term success. The company has built multidisciplinary innovation teams focused on advancing protein research and flavour technologies, supporting our customers success in the marketplace.


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