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Dow targets texture platforms in NPD

 17 Jan 2018

The ongoing demand for high convenience is creating new opportunities for texturizing ingredients. Within food product development, the rise of new vegetarian and vegan solutions is leading to innovation in meat alternatives that mimic the texture of meat products as closely as possible. FoodIngredientsFirst  spoke to Michiel Van Genugten, Global Market Manager of Dow Food Solutions about trends in texture formulation and how the merger between Dow and DuPont will lead to potential collaboration and synergies across the two companies’ texture portfolios.
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