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Lesaffre International

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Lesaffre International
137 rue Gabriel Péri
59700 Marcq-en-Baroeul
France

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yeast and yeast products



As a global key player in yeasts and fermentation, Lesaffre designs, manufactures and markets innovative solutions for Baking, Food taste & pleasure, Health care and Biotechnology.

Family group born in northern France in 1853, now a multi-national and a multicultural company, Lesaffre is committed to working with confidence to better nourish and protect the planet.

In close collaboration with its clients and partners, Lesaffre employs 10 000 people in more than 75 subsidiaries based in 50 countries.

Lesaffre achieves a turnover of 2 billion euros.



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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

COVID-19 updates

01 Jun 2020 --- Throughout the global COVID-19 pandemic, FoodIngredientsFirst is dedicated to bringing its readers all the latest and most relevant industry updates. Visit this daily news feed for... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Weekly Roundup: Coca-Cola, AAK and DuPont report financials and plant-based NPD continues to boom

31 Jan 2020 --- This week in business news, the Coca-Cola Company reported strong growth in Q4, along with achieving or exceeding all guidance for the full year 2019. AAK’s interim report for... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Instagrammable pastry? FrieslandCampina launches “indulgent and efficient” pastry cream powder

01 Jul 2019 --- FrieslandCampina Ingredients Food & Beverages has expanded its whipping agents portfolio with an innovative pastry cream powder for bakeries. The ingredient allows bakers to... Read More

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BUSINESS NEWS

Fully-baked appeal: Lesaffre Bakery Center aids customers in complete industrial scale-ups

10 Apr 2019 --- Lesaffre has officially opened its first Baking Center that is 100 percent dedicated to industrial customers, where tests can be run at full scale. Located in the south of Vienna,... Read More

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“Masking off notes”: Biospringer launches new yeast-based fermentation ingredient

14 Mar 2019 --- Biospringer has launched a new ingredient which is touted as capable of neutralizing tastes brought by sweeteners such as bitterness, metallic off-notes and the lingering effects of... Read More




Video Interviews
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How organic yeast extracts can thrive amid new demands

18 Mar 2019 --- The growing demand for organic products is creating new potential and challenges within the ingredients space too. Dirk Lindemann of Lesaffre division Biospringer discusses how organic yeast extracts can thrive amid these new demands, what going organic in yeast extracts means on the supplier front and where the emerging applications are.

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Maximizing choice in beer yeast

11 Dec 2018 --- Fermentis, the Lesaffre company for beverages notes that brewers are undoubtedly interested in exploring new sensory pathways, fine tuning the originality of their aromas, or perhaps exploit fermentation potential of their wort at its best. This, however, involves taking certain risks such as adopting different production methods. Therefore, the company is striving to offer the best in terms of diversity, quality and service with the Make Your Choice! campaign. For example, SafLager W3470 is ideal for neutral beer and is very robust, relatively neutral and stable over many different conditions.

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Marking 50 years in Germany

09 Oct 2018 --- Lesaffre used the IBA 2018 trade fair to celebrate its 50-year presence in Germany. “IBA is the German trade fair most visited by bakers, as such it’s an ideal platform for meeting our customers,” notes Ksenia Armsprach, Head of Marketing at Lesaffre Germany. The IBA fair was also an opportunity for their German subsidiary to promote its products especially the new Livendo Freyja liquid sourdough range and the FALA yeast range, well-known for its osmotolerant properties especially adapted for use in sweet dough/pastry.

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Yeast Based Protein Ingredient

16 Dec 2016 --- Lesaffre Human Care launched Lynside ProteYn, a range of high-quality proteins derived from yeasts and therefore extremely promising as it builds upon nutritional yeasts’ benefits. Designed to cater to modern consumers who are increasingly interested in non-animal sources of proteins, while seeking reassurance regarding the quality, safety and origin of the products they choose, Lesaffre Human Care’s Yeast Proteins are ideal for virtually any individual wishing to increase his/her overall protein intake. Sandrine Cuisinier of Lesaffre Human Care notes: “Lynside is a reliable protein source. Since production is not in the field, there is no fluctuation in supply and this protein is also eco-friendly, with a good nutritional profile and is rich is essential and branched chain amino acids.”

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The Growing Science Supporting Probiotic Yeast

05 Jan 2015 --- Lynside Pro GI+ is a new probiotic yeast from Lesaffre Human Care, clinically tested on IBS and gut comfort. strain used by Lesaffre, Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-3856, is intended for people suffering from intestinal discomfort such as that caused by Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).




Technical Papers
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Ennallin Solutions & Mixes: a natural alternative for bakery sector

08 Jan 2018 --- Responding to specific needs in the food industry, Ennolys proposes mixes using our natural vanillin, which allow the reduction of energy input of the finished product. Preserve all the aromatic authenticity of your bakery, viennoiserie, pastry and biscuits with 30% less butter and/or sugar thanks to Ennallin Solutions & Mixes.

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ProteYn is a range of high-quality Yeast Proteins derived from primary-grown inactivated yeasts.

03 Nov 2016 --- With consumers’ increasing interest in alternatives to animal proteins, we have witnessed the rise of plant-based proteins such as soy protein and pea protein. More recently, a multitude of new protein sources - from algae, mycoprotein, insects, etc.- have begun to gain traction; but there is no knowing how they will do in the long-term. In fact, they must overcome significant hurdles such as functional and organoleptic drawbacks as well as consumers’ potential concerns over safety and psychological factors (when eating insects is concerned!). The ProteYn range is extremely promising as it builds upon nutritional yeasts’ notoriety, which severely reduces the potential for concerns. Nutritional yeasts are indeed very well-known and they have been trusted by consumers for decades to help with both targeted benefits and overall well-being.

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LifeinU™ Bacillus subtilis CU1, the most stable probiotic for immune support

10 Jun 2016 --- Discover all the benefits of this unique immunity booster which meets the needs of nutraceutical and food markets: clinically proven efficacy, high stability, compatible with most dietary restrictions (gluten-free, Halal, Kosher, etc.), no side effects or habituation. With its ability to increase human sIgA levels, LifeinU™ Bacillus subtilis CU1 is a safe and effective strategy to maintain a powerful immune system.




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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

View From the Top: Antoine Baule, CEO, Lesaffre

07 Aug 2018 --- French-headquartered Lesaffre, which has a €2 billion turnover is a global reference in yeast and breadmaking. In fact, the company claims that one bread out of every three in the world is made with their yeast. Lesaffre operates 63 production sites around the world and 49 Applied Science Centers. ❯ Lesaffre recently doubled the capacity at its Biospringer [Lesaffre Culinary Solutions] Strasbourg facility. This unit produces yeast extract for food markets, biotechnologies and animal health.

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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

View From The Top: Antoine Baule, Chief Executive Officer, Lesaffre

10 Dec 2015 --- Lesaffre is strengthening its presence in the nutritional ingredients fermentation and human health sector. It recently acquired Gnosis, an Italian company specialized in the development, production and sale of fermentation ingredients for the pharma, nutraceutical, cosmetic and veterinary industries.




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Lesaffre targets new potential for age-old fermented solutions

02 Jul 2018 --- French-headquartered Lesaffre is a global reference in the field of yeast and bread-making. In fact the company claims that 1 bread out of 3 in the world is made with their yeast. Lesaffre, which operates 63 production sites around the world and 49 Applied Science Centers, recently doubled the capacity at its’ Biospringer Strasbourg facility. Human, animal and plant nutrition, are all strategic development areas for the group, with strong investment happening within this space, including the area of probiotic yeast. A recent fresh look at fermented foods is creating a reinvigorated market opportunity for the use of these age-old processes. FoodIngredientsFirst spoke with Antoine Baule, Lesaffre’s CEO about growth potential for the company and the current ingredients marketplace. 




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