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    Sodium & sugar reduction, innovative mushroom powder for food applications – Cambridge Commodities

    08 December 2017
    Cambridge Commodities specializes in supplying nutritional ingredients and product solutions to the sports nutrition, health & wellbeing and food & beverage industries. The company supplies ingredients ranging from vitamins, minerals and proteins to superfoods, sweeteners and plant-based powders. Adam Scott speaks to FoodIngredientsFirst about the company's latest innovation, including solutions for salt and sugar reduction. 

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Cambridge Commodities is a leading stock holder and ingredient supplier to the sports nutrition, health & wellbeing, food & drink, and pet & equine nutrition industries. We hold over 2,500 ingredients in stock ranging from vitamins and minerals to proteins, superfoods and free-from powders. Our mission is to enable our customers to make the best quality products from the highest quality ingredients. We are dedicated to delivering this through our commitment to quality, service and innovation.

At Cambridge Commodities we are dedicated to providing clients with the highest quality nutritional ingredients to make the best possible products. This mission starts by ensuring that high standards are met at every step of the supply chain. We hold a variety of quality and industry accreditations including BRC Food 7, Informed-Sport, Organic, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 22000 and our clean rooms are ISO Class 8 standard.

Cambridge Commodities has grown significantly in recent years turning over £30m in 2014 to £37m last year. Our European sales have grown from £300k in 2011 to an impressive £7m last year. In addition to this Cambridge Commodities was ranked 36 on HSBC’s International Track 200 2015. More recently, CCL was named in the London Stock Exchange’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain as well as winning two local business awards: International Trade Champion and Medium Business of the Year.

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article image Addressing the Trend Towards Vegan Proteins

Cambridge Commodities highlighted Goji Reds Vegan Chocolate Bar at HiE 2016. Their indulgent, vegan suitable chocolate bar has a superior taste to many currently found on the market. It is low in sugar & salt, and is a source of fiber. The company’s latest introduction is a range of high quality vegan proteins to meet the increased demand for plant-based protein ingredients. Carys Raper of Cambridge Commodities says: “More people are trying to incorporate plant based foods into their diet. We offer a wide range of different proteins, so we can blend these to customer requirements.”