Pea Protein Honored With 2010 Product Differentiation Excellence Award

Aug. 19, 2010
Roquette's Nutralys Pea Protein Honored recognized by Frost & Sullivan for 2010 Product Differentiation Excellence Award

Frost & Sullivan, an international business research and strategy consulting firm, has awarded Roquette the 2010 Product Differentiation Excellence Award for its Nutralys pea protein. The award will be presented in Fall 2011.

In acknowledgement of the distinction shown by Natralys in the global pea protein market, Roquette has received recognition for 2010.

At present, the taste of vegetable proteins persists in being one of the foremost developmental obstacles. In order to be successful, pea protein Isolates need to have a neutral taste, which will not impact the characteristic organoleptic qualities of the finished products.

Upon the discovery of an exclusive process, Roquette assumed the challenge of disabling the taste of pea protein and launched a new version of its protein: Natralys S85F. The protein's greatly reduced  green notes enable greater inclusion rates to be achieved in formulations such as dairy, dietary and slimming products and those dedicated to sports enthusiasts.  By improving the sensory profile of pea protein, Roquette has expanded the application prospects of the ingredient.

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