Diana Food launches solutions that deliver new vegetable eating experiences

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14 Dec 2017 --- Consumers strive for a healthy lifestyle and eating habits but they are not ready to make any compromise on taste. Today, there is a major shift in eating experience towards authenticity, freshness from “real food,” which also applies to consumers’ packaged goods. Attentive to those needs, Diana Foods has leveraged their historical knowledge and experience and pushed the boundaries of innovation to offer the market a groundbreaking taste solution.

At FiE 2017, Diana Food announced the launch of a new generation of natural juice concentrates, 100 percent clean label, capturing the most authentic and fresh taste of vegetables as if they were just picked from the garden or gently-cooked in the pan. This unique solution also aims at improving clients’ industrial performance thanks to a competitive and sustainable innovation, delivering a real taste signature, with no need for other taste components.

This innovation was made possible thanks to the union of know-how, leading to a unique value for customers. Diana Food screens the best varieties of fresh vegetables according to their aromatic profiles. Their team of agronomists ensures the best sustainable farming practices and full traceability, hand in hand with our growers, from contaminants control to the optimum harvesting time, making sure to track the best of nature.

To preserve their intrinsic properties, the company applies cutting-edge technology, through gentle processes rendering the original taste of vegetables.

Diana Food guarantees customers the best use of our solutions, supporting them to design winning recipes, that will deliver a unique culinary experience to consumers. It is natural, fresh, intense, sustainable, and authentic. 

Symrise highlighted the integration of the Diana portfolio for the first time at FiE 2017, and the joint presentation had a clear purpose. “As a company, we want to put much more focus and emphasis on the nature of our business, which is really being a natural company combined with the best of science,” says Alexander Lichter in a video interview with FoodIngredientsFirst. You can view it here.

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Diana Food offers consumers well-being solutions to the food and beverage industry. Because consumers all over the world strive for great tasting, healthy products with shorter, cleaner ingredient lists, we design innovative natural based solutions providing Health, Pleasure and Trust. 

Based on an extended range of carefully selected fruits, vegetables, meat and seafood raw materials, we bring forward high-value natural solutions, offering standardized nutritional actives and functional food ingredients. We work closely to food and beverage makers to support their products positioning and design winning recipes with additional sensory experience, clean label and high quality sustainable products. 

Counting on its strong experience, knowledge and expertise in agronomy and industrial processes, we guarantee food safety and traceability all along the value chain. 

 

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