Omya offers natural ingredients for crispier bakery foods
November 11, 2022
With Mukbang, Korean consumers perfectly illustrate ASMR by publishing clips on social media to document the recording of special eating experiences. And this trend is the perfect opportunity to explore how Omya Calcipur® can help support appealing – and audible – crispness.
Nutritional drinks and powder drink mixes now have 25% less added sugars compared to the former drinks
January 19, 2022
The Carnation Breakfast Essentials® Original Nutritional Drink beverages are now available in Tetra Pak® cartons, made with responsibly sourced paper, and its iconic packaging features a distinctive and bright new look.
Peer-review study shows Omyaforte 100 is an optimally absorbable source of calcium
March 16, 2021
A recent study compared the bioavailability of a newly developed source of calcium, Omyaforte™ 100 from mineral producer Omya, with other frequently used calcium salts. The results prove that Omyaforte™ not only contains a high percentage of elemental calcium, but is also extremely bioavailable, making it an excellent and reliable source of calcium.
Mineral ingredients manufacturer and specialty distributor Omya has launched Omyaforte™ 100-OG, a highly bioavailable source of calcium. The new ingredient is suitable for fortified foods and powdered supplement formulations aimed at athletes, healthy agers and others who may have a calcium deficiency.
Omyanutra and Omyafood ingredients deliver benefits to food, dietary supplements
August 23, 2019
The company will showcase Omyanutra™, a highly functional, porous carrier for active ingredients in dietary supplements; and the innovative flow aid Omyafood™ for powdered products. In addition to its mineral ingredients, Omya will highlight a range of specialties from its US distribution portfolio.
Omya using IFT19 to showcase natural, high purity calcium carbonate particles in on-trend foods, drinks
April 10, 2019
When it comes to salty or sweet tastes, the ingredient intensifies perception in many applications, including baked goods and snacks. This means that salt or sugar content can be reduced, with the latter allowing for reduced-calorie products.