Cargill: Canola Lecithin
Cargill is expanding its line of emulsifiers with the addition of deoiled canola lecithin
Cargill is expanding its line of emulsifiers with the addition of deoiled canola lecithin. With the launch, Cargill now offers customers three plant-sourced lecithin options – soy, sunflower and canola – in the U.S. and Canada1.
Cargill's canola lecithin helps food manufacturers deliver product attributes consumers increasingly seek as it is a non-GMO option, may be used in organic products2 and does not have to be declared as a major food allergen.
"We are continually working to develop products that meet the shifting expectations of today's label-conscious consumers," explains Kathrine Lutz, marketing manager, Cargill. "Increasingly, our customers are looking for cost-effective, label-friendly ingredients. With the addition of canola, customers can be assured that whatever their needs, we have a lecithin option that will work for them."
A versatile emulsifier and dispersing agent, Cargill's canola lecithin may be used in a wide variety of food applications, including chocolate and confectionery, bakery and convenience foods. Dispersibility as well as functionality, taste and color are very comparable to soy and sunflower lecithin. As a result, Cargill's canola lecithin may be used as a one-to-one replacement for other lecithin types, making it easy for food manufacturers to incorporate into their product lines with only minor adaptations.
Visit www.cargillfoods.com for further details and to request a sample.
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1 This product will be available in Europe starting Spring 2017
2 Under certain circumstances per 7 CFR §205.606