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.
ACTIVE CATEGORIESBakery Mixes And Other Bakery Products, Dairy Products - Natural And Imitation, Emulsifiers And Emulsifier Systems, Fat Replacers, Fibers, Maize And Maize Products, Pulses And Pulse Products, Starch And Starch Products
FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS
23 Aug 2019 --- At this year’s 23rd Food ingredients South America (FiSA) Innovation Awards (20-22 August), Seara, Produza Foods, Duas Rodas and Naturex were announced as the companies with the highest-scoring ingredients... Read More
FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS
21 Aug 2019 --- Major US grocery store Kroger is stocking JUST Egg, a plant-based egg made with mung beans, developed by the San Francisco-based food manufacturer JUST. It will be stocked in more than 2,000 Kroger stores and... Read More
21 Aug 2019 --- Wheat ingredient specialist Loryma says that its products can be used as solutions to the growing global need for high-quality, protein-rich food. Its raw proteins, starches and functional blends have various... Read More
FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS
20 Aug 2019 --- Just in time for the back-to-school season, Solely, Inc. has launched its line of six certified-organic, single and two-ingredient fruit jerkies across Whole Foods Market Stores in the US. The launch comes at a... Read More
FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS
20 Aug 2019 --- Demands for tangible health benefits and environmental responsibility are major drivers for the plant-based trend. This is something Simo Suoheimo, Co-Founder of meal-replacement drink company Ambronite, who spoke... Read More
THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS
The food industry continues to innovate with rising trends including sprouted foods, meat flavored plant-based foods, non-alcoholic drinks and premium ice cream blends.
07 Aug 2019 --- A new line of cannabidiol (CBD) ingredients by Guilin Layn Natural Ingredients Corp. (“Layn”), a global producer best known for its plant-based sweeteners, debuted at the IFT19 Food Expo in New Orleans. The company has invested an estimated US$60 million in a new US-based CBD manufacturing facility, expected to be completed in autumn of 2020. The facility is expected to have the capacity to process a minimum benchmark of 5,000 tons of hemp biomass per year, which will yield 160 tons of high purity CBD and 290 tons of full spectrum oil annually. Layn is currently in the process of completing the filing procedures to receive approval for this project.
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.
30 Jul 2019 --- Agrana presented several concepts featuring oat milk, including a cold brew with an oat milk base, a cinnamon toast cereal and a protein enriched plant-based dairy alternatives, with pea-based, hemp-based solutions. “We are really seeing a lot of movement into oat because of how close it is to milk. If you look at soy, it was further away, but now we are seeing more movement within the almond milk and coconut milk space, with oat milk really emerging as a rising star,” Felicia Francisco at Agrana notes. The company also presented an oat milk with salted caramel, as well as various fruit-containing concepts, including high pressure processed raspberry, peach and mango options.
08 Jul 2019 --- Chr. Hansen scored an innovation prize at the IFT 2019 Food Expo. The company’s FruitMax reds are based on the Hansen sweet potato and are claimed to “deliver a red like no other.” They are minimally processed, bright, beautiful and stable plus 100 percent plant-based with no off-taste, which is often characteristic of other similar red colors coming from natural sources. They are presented as a great alternative to carmine and synthetic reds in many food and beverage products. Concepts on display included a Strawberry Lemonade Slush featuring FruitMax Red 107, with a strawberry variegate swirl coming courtesy of supplier Agrana Fruit.
03 Jul 2019 --- Inventor of the modern plant-based emulsifier Palsgaard has cemented its position as an “early mover” on the carbon production front. The Danish company has achieved its aim of total carbon-neutral production two years prior to its 2020 goal, describing the achievement as a “milestone for the whole ingredients industry.” FoodIngredientsFirst was at Palsgaard’s headquarters in Juelsminde, Denmark, with CEO Jakob Thøisen last week to hear the news first-hand.
04 Apr 2019 --- In less than two decades, protein supplementation and high protein diets have moved from having niche appeal (primarily the domain of bodybuilders), to being truly mainstream. Innova Market Insights Market Analyst, Myrthe de Beukelaar, takes you inside sports nutrition innovation and how mainstream consumer pay more attention to factors beyond efficient muscle building such as ethical and environmental concerns which translates into a greater uptake of vegan proteins in the market.
07 Mar 2019 --- Interest in healthy, clean, yet indulgent nutrition are the key themes in dairy innovation. Innova Market Insights’ Director of Innovation, Lu Ann Williams, takes you inside dairy innovation today and discusses how the top trends, such as, Discovery: The Adventurous Consumer, The Plant Kingdom and Alternatives for 2019 will impact the dairy aisle.
24 Jan 2019 --- Leading the trends driving development in snacks and confectionery are “Discovery: the Adventurous Consumer”, “Alternatives to All”, “Snacking: the Definitive Occasion”, and “I Feel Good”. Innova Market Insights continuously analyzes global developments in food and beverage launch activity and consumer research to highlight the trends most likely to impact the food and beverage industry over the coming year and beyond. Discover the latest market trends for the snacks and confectionery industry by attending Innova Market Insights’ Top Ten Trends 2019 webinar.
05 Dec 2018 --- Innova Market Insights releases its Top Ten Trends for 2019, using its ongoing analyses of global developments in food and drink launch activity to highlight the trends most likely to impact the food and drinks industry over the coming year and beyond. In addition to the Top Ten Trends identified for 2019, key themes from previous years, including mindful consumption, clean label, protein content, sugar reduction and plant-based options will also continue to feature strongly.
19 Jan 2018 --- The leading trends driving development in snacks and confectionery are “Mindful Choices,” “Lighter Enjoyment,” “Positively Processed” and “Going Full Circle.” Lu Ann Williams, Director of Innovation at Innova Market Insights provides an overview of the key drivers in new product innovation and how they will impact the confectionery and snacks categories.
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