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Lantmannen Functional Foods AB

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Lantmannen Functional Foods AB
St Göransgatan 160, 112 17
Stockholm
Sweden


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ACTIVE CATEGORIES

bakery mixes and other bakery products; cheese products - natural and imitation; dairy products - natural and imitation; emulsifiers and emulsifier systems; fibers; hydrocolloids, stabilisers and gelling systems; nutraceutical and functional food ingredients; proteins - animal or plant origin; sauces, garnishes and flavored butters



PrOatein oat protein is a unique, and natural protein concentrate from oats that can help manufacturers to meet the fast-growing consumer demand for nutritious, protein-enriched foods and supplements. PrOatein, like the oat grain it comes from, is rich in essential amino acids, including the desirable branched-chain amino acids which are important for muscle growth and recovery. Compared to other isolated proteins, it also has a great taste.

PromOat oat beta-glucan is a soluble oat bran fibre, extracted from wholegrain oats without the use of chemicals. PromOat is a natural source of beta glucan, the dietary fibre in oat bran that provides important health and functional benefits. In the body, oat beta-glucan helps to maintain healthy cholesterol levels, blood glucose levels and healthy digestion. PromOat is available as conventional, gluten-free, instant and organic.

Lantmännen Functional Foods develops and markets unique oat-based ingredients for manufacturers of foods, beverages, food supplements and cosmetics. With research, development and operations throughout the value chain, we take responsibility from field to fork. Operations include everything from the development of new type of varieties, cultivation, milling and fractioning of grains in to for ex. PrOatein oat protein and PromOat oat beta-glucan.



Articles On FoodIngredientsFirst
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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Lantmännen introduces gluten-free wheat starch to counter effects of celiac disease

28 Mar 2022 --- In response to the growing number of gluten-intolerance diagnoses, Lantmännen Biorefineries has launched its gluten-free wheat starch from autumn wheat harvested in Sweden. The... Read More

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Weekly Roundup: Avril acquires gourmet start-up Eccellenza Italiana, PerkinElmer launches food testing platform

11 Mar 2022 --- This week in industry news, Barry Callebaut opened HQ space in Singapore while Ornua Ingredients North America (OINA) acquired Whitehall Specialties (WSI) and Avril acquired... Read More

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Weekly Roundup: Magnum’s non-dairy ice cream NPD, Dippin’ Dots and IncrEdible Eats partner on edible spoons

14 Jan 2022 --- This week in industry news, Dippin’ Dots formed a new partnership with IncrEdible Eats to produce environmentally-friendly edible spoons, while Magnum unveiled a mini range of... Read More

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Weekly Roundup: Salmonellosis outbreak linked to sesame-based products, UN urges better anticipation of food crises

15 Oct 2021 --- This week in industry news, five European countries have reported salmonellosis infections linked to the consumption of sesame-based products imported from Syria. Meanwhile, after... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Weekly Roundup: Saputo strengthens core US business, Lantmännen invests in grain value chain

03 Sep 2021 --- This week in industry news, Saputo strengthened its business in the US by acquiring the Carolina Aseptic and Carolina Dairy businesses. Swedish agricultural cooperative... Read More




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Capitalizing on the plant-based trend and millennial polarization

02 Jan 2020 --- The bakery sector is well positioned to benefit from the plant-based trend due to the inherently vegan nature of many breads. Chris Houston explains how Lantmännen Unibake’s range of products at Anuga 2019 also appeals to the broad spectrum of millennials, many whom are polarized to either seek healthier foods or increasingly indulgent offerings. Urbanization has also led to more people to eat on the go, meaning that meals have been altered to take a more convenient form.




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Plant-based Innovation with Oats

12 Apr 2021 --- Plant-based foods, meat analogues, dairy alternatives and protein-enriched foods and beverages have never been more popular. In this white paper, we look at how oat ingredients, such as PrOatein oat protein and PromOat oat beta-glucan can be used in new product development, to add both health and functional benefits to your innovative products.




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