L’Italiana Aromi Launches 100% Brewed Coffee Concepts

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22 Nov 2016 --- The consumer trend to look for healthy products is spreading worldwide, but the global market points to Italy and relies on its expertise when it comes to choose true tastes. An unmistakable style envied by everyone, copied by many. Also in the case of coffee.

The brewed coffee by L’Italiana Aromi is obtained exclusively brewing grinded coffee, therefore ensuring full naturalness and unique taste. Ideal in dairy applications, it is claimed to taste excellent, also in dairy free products. In fact it was also tested in products based on “vegetal milk” where its rich, full-bodied, round and typical bitter taste of the home-made moka coffee can be appreciated. In vegetable alternatives, like soy, rice, almond, oats and coconut milk, its taste and body remain unchanged and give the finished products a surprising coffee flavor that can satisfy even the most demanding coffee estimators.

The product is based on coffee only, therefore it is completely natural, without additives, colorings nor flavors, the coffee infusion by L’Italiana Aromi fully meets the manufacturers need to place clean label products on the market. This brewed coffee can be used in vegetarian and vegan dishes. The company expertise and flexibility make it possible to offer customers a coffee infusion made with different coffee blends and roasting levels, all features that determine its broad versatility of application. 

This brewed coffee can be used in:
• Drinks (dairy and non-dairy)
• Yogurts (dairy and non-dairy)
• Desserts (dairy and non-dairy)
• Puddings 
• Ice creams (dairy and non-dairy)
• Ice lollies
• Slush
• Iced coffee

Among the first producers of tea infusion in Europe, L’Italiana Aromi can boast a long-term, consolidated expertise in the technique of extraction by infusion. A technique which requires very high-quality raw materials and ensures excellent organoleptic characteristics of the finished product. The company specialized in the production of a wide range of flavors for the beverage, food and pharmaceutical industry. 

L’ITALIANA AROMI SRL

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L’Italiana Aromi specializes in the production of a large range of flavourings, extracts and distillates for the food and pharmaceutical industries.

Since 1890, it has been combining its expertise and Italian taste to a highly international approach thanks to its close cooperation with a number of leading companies in the food sector; to these companies it supplies flavourings, natural flavourings, extracts, infusions, distillates, essential oils and fruit compounds.

A “must” of L’Italiana Aromi’s policy is product quality and continuous innovation. As a matter of fact, the production has been diversified for a few years now. As well as the solid beverage, confectionery, bakery and dairy product sectors, the new savoury and nutraceutical segments have now been added.

With its 13,000 m2 factory areas and its advanced Research, Development and Application, Quality Control laboratories in Europe, it can meet the needs of an ever-evolving market. Bringing innovation through IT upgrades has proved to be a successful strategic choice, too.

Over the past decade the company IT system has been designed and constantly upgraded in order to maintain very high safety, quality and reliability standards. The departments working procedures have been streamlined throughout the company and have been integrated into the company’s intranet. As a result, the company information and knowledge can be easily and safely accessed and updated according to the role and needs of each division. Thanks to the company alignment of quality control, production, warehouse, administration and marketing processes through IT maximization, L’Italiana Aromi guarantees its customers standards of excellence in efficiency, quality and privacy.

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