COMPANY DETAILS

J. Rettenmaier & Sohne GmbH & Co. KG

Holzmühle 1

Rosenberg

D-73494

Germany

 

www.jrs.de

info@jrs.de

 

Tel. +49(0)7967-152-0

Fax. +49(0)7967-152-222

ACTIVE CATEGORIES

Fibres, Nutraceutical and Functional Food Ingredients

J. Rettenmaier & Sohne GmbH & Co. KG

JRS, well known as a flexible and innovative manufacturer of fibre-products, takes up the cause of  ‚CUSTOMIZATION‘ – JRS offers quick, highly functional and technically outstanding solutions for the manufacturing of cost effective and healthy food products.

Substantial growth is meanwhile achieved at JRS especially in the fields of co-processing and compounds – due to the manifold properties of the dietary fibres solutions can be reached which were not considered possible in any way before.

Gold awarded products and processes developed by JRS bring practicable solutions for the food industry along with a very high acceptance through the end consumer.
 
JRS – More Than Healthy !


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Business News 16 December 2014

SunOpta to Sell Fiber and Starch Business to JRS for $37.5 Million

16 Dec 2014 --- SunOpta Inc., a leading global company focused on natural and organic foods, announced it has signed a definitive agreement to sell its fiber and starch business to J. Rettenmaier & Sohne Group for $37.5 million, subject to certain post-closing adjustments.

Food Ingredients News 13 April 2010

JRS Receives a DLG-Award for the First Time

Due to their natural structure, the JRS Vitacel products ensure in meat products or sausages a significant improvement in the nutritional value – on one hand by the replacement of fat, on the other hand by the fiber effect - and this sensorically without any adverse effects.

Food Research 24 September 2007

Research Cooperation Between German Institute of Human Nutrition and JRS 

Under the direction of Professor Pfeiffer, scientists will be examining the significance of increased dietary fibre and/or protein content in food based on parameters which have been linked with overweight and adiposity.