Corbion’s IFT solutions for clean label, food safety and more
May 31, 2017
In applications ranging from bakery, confectionery, dairy, beverages and meats, the Corbion ingredient solutions featured at IFT17 make it easier for manufacturers to consistently deliver product experience customers expect every time.
Fats have a multifaceted functionality affecting nutrition, flavor and palatability, texture, shelf-life extension, lubrication, volume/bulk, satiety, and heat transfer. To date, there still is no single “silver bullet” replacement for fat in any food application. Instead, there are customized replacers. And in many formulations, these replacers perform “double-duty” as emulsifiers.
IOI Loders’ new SansTrans Roll-Rite Puff provides lift, flaky texture to puff pastries
May 22, 2017
The SansTrans™ Roll-Rite Puff shortening, specifically designed for Puff Pastry applications, gives industry-leading lift and flaky texture to the end product, which equates to maximum creativity in end-product design.
Corbion’s new emulsifier eases production, reduces waste and consistently provides delicious sweet goods
May 9, 2017
When consumers purchase sweet goods and snack cakes at the store, they expect that brand to taste just as delicious every time they buy it - no matter where, no matter when. SweetPro(TM) V100, the new emulsifier from Corbion, provides that market-building consistency, along with better performance and easier handling.
Qualisoy using IFT 2017 to promote US-grown soybean oil benefits
April 17, 2017
QUALISOY will use this year’s Institute of Food Technologists exhibition, June 25-28, in Las Vegas to showcase information about U.S.-grown, soy-based replacements for partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs).
Gen Y, Gen Z seek less processed fats found on clean, simple labels
April 12, 2017
Millennials and Generation Z consumers are the most inclined to view any type of fat not only as permissible, but as offering positive health benefits, according to Food Formulation Trends: Oils and Fats, a new report by market research firm Packaged Facts.