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Ingredients Solutions, Inc.

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Ingredients Solutions, Inc.
631 Moosehead Trail
Waldo, Maine 04915
United States


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  001-207-722-4172


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  001-207-722-4271

ACTIVE CATEGORIES

fat replacers; hydrocolloids, stabilisers and gelling systems



Let our Ingredients be your Solutions

Ingredients Solutions, “The World’s Largest Independent Supplier of Carrageenan”, offers a full line of carrageenans from multiple manufacturing sites for reliable supplies, the most complete product line, and the best values in the industry.  ISI's Natural and Organic-Allowed carrageenans can replace phosphates and allow for reduced salt levels as well as improve yield and reduce cook loss.  Our products are Kosher and Halal certified.

Our product line also includes Sodium Alginate, Pectin, Locust Bean Gum, Tara Gum, Agar-Agar, Gellan Gum and Xanthan Gum.  ISI is a world leader in the development, design and marketing of Specialty Hydrocolloids.

With a staff having nearly 200 years of combined experience, our Research and Development team’s applications know-how and well-equipped applications lab can assist in the development and reformulation of many food products.    

Our Technical Sales Representatives are dedicated to help you find the right product for your application and our Customer Service Department is always happy to assist you with samples and literature as well as timely order processing.

For samples, literature and technical support call 800-628-3166 or email: customerservice@isi.us.com



Articles On FoodIngredientsFirst
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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

YO-MIX ViV: IFF launches “extremely robust” lactic acid bacteria cultures for ambient yogurt in Asia-Pacific

08 Jun 2021 --- International Flavors and Fragrances (IFF) has debuted YO-MIX ViV, an “extremely robust” lactic acid bacteria culture for ambient yogurt and other fermented drinks... Read More

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ChickP expands in Asia-Pacific to grow plant-based chickpea protein business

28 May 2021 --- Food-tech start-up ChickP Protein is expanding into Asia-Pacific with the launch of a new office in Singapore. The strategic move is in response to the rapidly growing demand for... Read More

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Gillco inks North American distribution deal with Cosucra on chicory and pea ingredients

27 May 2021 --- Gillco Ingredients and Cosucra Inc., the North American subsidiary of parent company Cosucra Groupe Warcoing S.A., have entered into a distribution agreement. The move comes amid a... Read More

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COVID-19 updates

24 May 2021 --- Throughout the global COVID-19 pandemic, FoodIngredientsFirst is dedicated to bringing its readers all the latest and most relevant industry updates. Visit this news feed for the... Read More

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Eat Just’s Good Meat secures US$170M to scale slaughter-free cultured products

19 May 2021 --- Alternative protein player Eat Just, Inc.’s Good Meat division has secured US$170 million to scale up its flagship cultured chicken, which is among the industry’s... Read More




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IFF’s "social listening" analysis surveys one billion online conversations on clean label

08 Feb 2021 --- IFF’s online anthropology surveyed over one billion English-language conversations in an analysis method known as “social listening.” In this study, over 615,000 anonymous, unprompted, US and Canadian consumer-to-consumer online discussions were analyzed to gain a fresh perspective on consumer attitudes toward clean label and related issues. The company searched for discussions of food and beverage labeling, claims, related issues and key ingredients.

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SHIFT20: The power of pea-based ingredients

16 Jul 2020 --- Two years ago, Belgian producer of chicory and pea ingredients Cosucra estimated the North American plant-based market to be the largest in the world. Tapping into this market potential, Cosucra is highlighting three of its pea protein ingredients at SHIFT20: Pisane pea protein, Swelite pea cell-wall fiber and Nastar pea starch. Frank Truong outlines pea's strong nutritional profile, technical performance and sustainability credentials, as well as naming successes that its pea-based ingredients have had so far in North America.

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Pea protein expansion potential

02 Aug 2019 --- Cosucra continues to strengthen its position in the North American market through their pea protein expansion. At IFT 2019, the company presented a vegetarian plant-based muffuletta slider [a New Orleans classic] containing their Swelite, Pisane M9 and Swelite ingredients as a system. A dairy alternative beverage containing a blend of almond milk and pea protein was also presented, while a chocolate oatmeal gluten-free cookie was another highlight. “Our US-based subsidiary Cosucra Inc. was created about one year ago because demand for plant-based protein is forecast to grow significantly. In the last 12 months, we have positioned our strategy which goes beyond health & nutrition and increasingly looks at the food & beverage business,” Frank Truong at Cosucra says.

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Using milk and oat based proteins in plant-based markets

15 Nov 2018 --- Finnish-based dairy company, Valio, presented their latest food innovations and tailor-made ingredients solutions – including Valio MiFU, a new, milk-based alternative to meat. "Valio is addressing key industry food trends including vegetarianism and flexitarianism and creates solutions that manufacturers globally can adapt to local market needs," Timo Pajari tells FoodIngredientsFirst at SIAL last month. Valio’s products and food ingredients satisfy the demand for high quality, high protein and lactose-free dairy. The company also presented their new concepts in vegan dairy, using oat and vegetable proteins. 

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The Launch of New Vegetarian Bacon Options

21 Aug 2017 --- CHS Inc. presented new naturally flavored and colored imitation bacon crumbles to address the burgeoning vegetarian trend at IFT 2017. Kara van Kleek of CHS discusses the company's latest technical developments. 




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View From The Top: Rob Beudeker, VP Innovation, Human Nutrition and Health, DSM Nutritional Products

05 Aug 2015 --- DSM is eyeing highly specific nutrition platforms as part of its growth strategy. Last year, their corporate venture arm DSM Venturing invested in ZeaVision Holdings, Inc., maker of the EyePromise brand of doctor-recommended nutraceuticals for eye health.

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View From The Top - Ilene Gordon, CEO Corn Products International

01 Mar 2012 --- Corn Products International (CPI) recently announced plans to change its name to Ingredion, to signify its role as a global ingredients solutions company.




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The war on malnutrition: Food start-up tailors cassava porridge to local needs

15 Mar 2018 --- Silicon Valley food start-up, JUST, Inc. is an innovator in the plant-based foods space. Formerly known as Hampton Creek, the company is probably best known for its vegan mayonnaise and early work into the cultured meat space. Now, the company is on a mission to help soften the blow of malnutrition in West Africa. Power Gari is a fortified cassava porridge, which sourced locally by small-scale farmers in Liberia. It is relatively cheap to produce and popular with consumers. It can also be tailored to the exact dietary needs of the market in which it is being sold. FoodIngredientsFirst spoke to Taylor Quinn, Director of Emerging Markets at Just, who is spearheading the program in Liberia.

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WEEKLY PODCAST: Brexit Needs to Take “Shape” and “Form”, Says Nestlé Boss

23 Oct 2016 --- Nestlé chief executive Paul Bulcke stated that Brexit needed to take “shape” and “form” before the food giant would make any decision on its investment in the UK while saying the likelihood of a pricing spat would be down to individual markets. Nestlé cut its forecast for the year, saying that its full-year rise in sales would now be 3.5 percent, down from its previous forecast of 4.2 percent, amid price deflation in Europe and the US and a slowdown in growth in emerging markets. Other companies mentioned are Corbion, Chaucer, ADM and Danone. 




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