Cosucra Groupe Warcoing

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Tel. 0032/69 44 66 00

Fax. 0032/69 44 66 22


Fat Replacers, Fibers, Nutraceutical and Functional Food Ingredients, Proteins - Animal/Plant Origin, Starch and Starch Products

Cosucra Groupe Warcoing

Cosucra has been processing natural ingredients since 1852. But we are not just a supplier. We partner with our customers, providing market expertise, extensive clinical research, and experience in regulatory affairs to help them improve existing products and develop new ones. Partnerships with more than 400 food manufacturers and more than 1,000  product references worldwide demonstrate that Cosucra works alongside clients from idea to launch and from seed to food.

Our product range :

Fibruline® range - Chicory inulin
Fibrulose® range - Chicory oligofructose
Pisane® range - Pea protein isolate
Swelite® range - Pea fibre
Exafine® range - Pea hull fibre
Nastar® range - Pea native starch

Fibruline® (inulin) & Fibrulose® (oligofructose) are soluble fibres obtained from chicory root. They are tasteless, odourless and easy-to-process. They can be easily added into a lot of food & beverages products for nutritional benefits as fibre-enrichment, gut health, sugar & fat replacement.

Pisane® is a highly pure pea protein isolate that provides high levels of nutrition and functionality. This non-dairy protein is the substainable and effective alternative to regular protein isolate. Pisane® can be used in a lot of applications as weight management, sport, healthy ageing, free from products, vegan and medical nutritions.

Swelite®, pea fibre, is a highly functional solution for meat, fish and ready meals producers. Swelite®, is a clean label solution, improves texture, juiciness and yield of products, ensures a better processability and saves costs.

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Food Ingredients News  03 January 2017

Special Report: The Supplier View - 2017 Food Trends

03 Jan 2017 --- Clean label is the new standard and 2016 was full of announcements around reformulation strategies, specifically sugar and sodium reduction. Last year, Mars announced that it will remove all artificial colors from its human food products as part of a commitment to meet evolving consumer preferences. By expanding the scope of the effort to its entire human food portfolio, Mars says it is making a commitment of significant depth and breadth. 

From TWOFI  01 December 2016

Opinion Edge: The Supplier View: 2017 Food Trends

Key suppliers offer their thoughts on key food industry trends to watch. What will be the key consumer trends driving the food industry forward in 2017 and how are they impacting supplier R&D development?

Business News  19 June 2015

Cosucra Targets Doubling Turnover in 5 Years as New Pea Protein Capacity Comes on Stream

19 Jun 2015 --- Pea protein and inulin supplier Cosucra has set itself ambitious growth targets to effectively double turnover from €80 million today to €150 million in 2020, as the company looks to ride the protein wave with its pea protein isolate products (Pisane). Cosucra announced a €30 million investment in the construction of a second production unit at its Warcoing site (Belgium) 18 months ago. The plant has been operational since May 2015 and was officially inaugurated yesterday.

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11 December 2017

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Using chicory root fiber to target sugar reduction – Cosucra

Cosucra is renowned for its production of high-quality food ingredients and wants to help their customers to meet the challenges of the future. The company just recently changed the company profile and communication profile, based on "Thinking Food Better. Naturally." Michel Dewael discussed with FoodIngredientFirst their two main raw materials - pea protein and chicory root fibers. 

28 June 2017

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Inulin Based Solutions for Sugar Reduction

Cosucra recently achieved a new health claim. “The concept of sugar reduction is getting more and more important as sugar is getting more demonized and people are looking for solutions to be able to reduce sugar in the long term,” Ronny Platteeuw tells FoodIngredientsFirst. Cosucra have introduced an inulin and fructose chicory root and a liquid fiber which is designed to reduce sugar content. 

18 June 2015

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Inside Cosucra's EUR30 Million Investment in Pea Protein Production

The investment, which is highly significant for a medium-sized company, came as a direct result of demand for protein. “For the last 5 years we have developed a lot of concepts to use pea protein and finally we achieved success, especially in the US market, because there was a real demand for new vegetable proteins. And we were in such demand that we had to hurry up this investment. We decided in September 2013 and finally it was in operation of March this year,” Jacques Crahay, the company’s fifth generation CEO.