Ingredion has expanded its offerings with new dietary fibres based on fruits – Fibertex CF 502 and Fibertex CF 102.
Fibertex CF 502 and Fibertex CF 102 are said to be the first in a range of citrus-based dietary fibre texturising capability to support the growing nutrition, health and wellness trend, as well as the accelerated demand for clean labels.
The fibres, which are made from unutilised side-streams, can improve nutritional profiles and label appeal in a wide range of applications.
According to Ingredion, Fibertex CF citrus fibres contain more than 90% dietary fibre, “and their inherent functionality can replace ingredients such as fats, hydrocolloids and modified starches”, which helps to reduce fat, sugar and calories in a range of applications.
Constantin Drapatz, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) senior marketing manager for Clean & Simple ingredients at Ingredion, said: “We are excited to enhance our clean label offering to our customers. Fibertex CF citrus fibres will expand our ability to meet consumer needs and solve our customer’s clean label challenges.”
Drapatz continued: “Fibertex CF 502 and 102 dietary fibres represent our next wave in clean label ingredients and complement Ingredion’s Novation and Homecraft functional native starch and flour ranges. The ability to improve nutritional profiles, improve our customer’s margins, support sustainability and provide manufacturers with ingredients that deliver desired sensory experiences and on-shelf differentiation support formulation needs of today and tomorrow.”
The fibres are available in the EMEA region, with other regions to follow later this year.
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