MGP again earns highest BRCGS audit score for food and beverage safety
December 1, 2020
MGP Ingredients, Inc., production facilities in Atchison, Kan., and Lawrenceburg, Ind., achieved the highest possible score of Grade AA from BRCGS in 2020. BRCGS conducted virtual and on-site safety audits at the food ingredients and distillery operations in Atchison and at the Lawrenceburg distillery.
ADM offers new pea, wheat proteins for meat alternatives
September 29, 2020
ADM introduces new Arcon® T textured pea proteins, Prolite® MeatTEX textured wheat protein and Prolite® MeatXT non-textured wheat protein. These highly-functional protein solutions improve the texture and density of meat alternatives, and are particularly useful for achieving consumer-preferred, meat-like texture.
The patented traits apply to two of the company's GoodWheat wheat varieties: extended shelf life and reduced gluten
May 7, 2020
Arcadia Biosciences, Inc., a leader in science-based approaches to enhancing the quality and nutritional value of crops and food ingredients, announced the US Patent and Trademark Office has awarded the company two patents for extending the shelf life of whole wheat by minimizing hydrolytic and oxidative rancidity.
MGP offers new gluten-free pea option joins proven textured wheat proteins
April 9, 2020
MGP Ingredients (Nasdaq MGPI), a leading maker of plant-based proteins and starches, announces the ProTerra™ line of textured proteins. ProTerra expands MGP’s offerings with a new textured pea option that joins its proven textured wheat series (formerly known as TruTex®), giving food formulators a range of choices ideal for almost any application.
Fibersym RW and FiberRite RW dietary fibers can be used in food formulations to support IBS diets
March 12, 2020
MGP Ingredients, Inc., a leading provider of specialty proteins and starches, announced that its dietary fibers, Fibersym® RW and FiberRite® RW resistant wheat starches, have been certified as low FODMAP ingredients by Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.
Gluten-free foods and beverages spent the better part of the past two decades moving up the trend track in fits and starts. Recently, however, the gluten-free category experienced a growth spurt of epic proportions.