Floral ingredients for drinks
Floral ingredients enhance beverage applications by providing exceptional flavor, functionality and fragrance. 10 floral ingredients – including "like" chamomile, elderflower, lavender, hibiscus and orange blossom – are available in various product forms, including infusions, concentrates, extracts, powders and fine/specialty/coarse cuts. This allows the ingredients to be tailored to the application.
MartinBauer; Secaucus, N.J.
Upcycled citrus fiber
Made from upcycled ingredients, Fibertex CF citrus fibers enable you to develop cleaner, more cost-efficient products with consumer-preferred labels. Whether you’re formulating in bakery and snacks, or dressings, sauces or processed meats, this fiber maximizes the functionality that nature provides to drive sustainable value. Its clean and simple ingredients address the clean label trend; as an upcycled ingredient, it uses more of the original food product; and it maximizes functionality. These fibers improve texture, replace fat, provide cost-in-use benefits and replace non-consumer-preferred ingredients.
Ingredion; Westchester, Ill.
Fermented dairy alternatives
Plant Power Toolkit is a functional ingredients toolkit for plant-based fermented products such as yogurt alternatives. The toolkit includes four new specifically designed starter cultures and five ready-to-use consumer concepts that showcase how the toolkit can be used to develop new plant-based fermented products across a variety of products.
DSM Nutritional Products; Parsippany, N.J.