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Technical Papers On Food Ingredients First

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  • 25 Jan 2021 --- EMWAXY® is based on high amylopectin potatoes, containing more than 99% amylopectin, resulting in high-quality end products. This natural potato variety is being cultivated through traditional, non-GMO breeding techniques. EMWAXY® is a new commercial available amylopectin potato starch giving improved performance to final products for our customers. Contact emwaxy@emsland-group.de.

  • 19 Mar 2019 --- Emsland Group has been developed numerous products within the food sector under the ambitious objective. The products Emes® EOA 30, Emes® ESA 15 and Emes® ESA 25 offer new functional pea starches with excellent properties for use in cheese alternatives/analogs and also for confectionery.

  • 26 Aug 2018 --- With years of experiences in this sector, Emsland Group is able to provide innovative product solutions based on potatoes and peas for a wide range of gluten-free applications (gluten-free bakery, pasta, soups, dairy and meat). They allow you e.g. to create various gluten-free bakery products while also meeting your individual requirements.

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Ingredient Focus On Food Ingredients First

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  • 23 Nov 2016 --- No additives/preservatives claims dominate in clean label for F&B with starch. However, organic claims are observed to have the highest growth from 2014 to 2015. Sweet biscuits/cookies is the leading subcategory for F&B with starch which also features a clean label. 

  • 04 Oct 2016 --- New product launches containing pea protein have been constantly, with most product launches tracked in pet food (23%), followed by sports nutrition (15%) and bakery (11%) from 2011 to 2016H1.  

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  • 03 Jun 2019 --- At Vitafoods Europe 2019, FoodIngredientsFirst spoke with Thomas Pruter, Director Research, Development & Innovation at the Emsland Group, about the company's efforts to expand pea protein to new applications. Under its Empro brand, the Emsland Group is offering a product line of pea-based proteins. With a protein content of at least 84 percent, the Empro pea protein isolate distinguishes itself as an alternative to animal and dairy protein as well as soy sources in numerous applications. This makes it possible to develop an attractive product range of vegan meat alternatives, convenience products and sports nutrition options.

  • 29 Jan 2018 --- Emsland is launching a couple of new starch products to address functional demands. “It’s more than starch, today, what we’re doing,” says Thomas Pruter at the company. “We are a processor of peas and potatoes in Germany with seven factories, and today we are using the complete package you can get out of these crops.” This means that it’s not just about starch, but also about flakes, protein and fibers that are used in the company’s formulations. The company is also seriously following trends like protein enrichment and using more vegetable proteins.  

  • 06 Jun 2017 --- As a global leader in dehydrated potatoes Emsland Group is supporting the market growth for high quality potato flakes. We offer ingredients for trends such as clean label, gluten-free, fibre enriched, sustainability, acrylamide reduction, vegan as well as non-GMO.

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Webinars On Food Ingredients First

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  • 01 Jul 2016 --- Take a look inside trending solutions for the manufacture of stacked chips, baked snacks, coated nuts, snack pellets and direct expanded, extruded snack foods, by watching Emsland Group’s webinar on snacking innovation. In close co-operation with customers, contracted farmers and breeders, the latest snack developments are introduced.