Some of CPG’s most prominent ingredient and flavor suppliers have created purchasing and consulting options for startup companies. Why? It’s not for a lack of business with large brands.
The acquisition will bring Innophos deeper into the branded, functional ingredient space, and help the company launch a new health and nutrition platform of ingredients for brands.
The Fair Trade Certified label means that products are made with respect for people and the planet – empowering agricultural communities who produce and process products to develop thriving businesses and a healthy environment. This has been the mission of Global Organics since 1992.
The extract from this non-GMO proprietary leaf variety provides beverage and food developers a plant-based, zero-calorie sweetener to produce finished products with more upfront sweetness, no bitter linger and a sugar-like taste.
Salt of the Earth Ltd. has cracked the code on creating tasty meat products with less sodium. The company collaborated with leading meat companies to meet sodium-reduction regulations in several types of meat products. Mediterranean Umami, a clean-label ingredient, lowers sodium by 25%-33% or more in processed meats.
Formally part of Agro BioSciences, Third Wave Bioactives, LLC is now operating as an independent company focused on developing novel solutions to help food manufactures compete in the growing consumer space for natural, clean-labeled and fresh foods.
Algatech announces its 100% organic Haematococcus pluvialis microalgae powder and astaxanthin oleoresin as part of its AstaPure line.
The 3, 300 sq. ft. Culinary Center contains equipment that can mimic many commercial manufacturing processes, so as to better simulate customer products.
The Andersons, Inc. Grain Group announces it has purchased Purity Foods, Inc., an organic and conventional ancient grains processor in Hudson, Michigan.
Applied Food Sciences (AFS) is going “back to the very beginning” — the beginning of food before genetic modification, that is. In January, the Austin, Texas-based ingredient supplier opened a research and development center at the University of Iowa’s BioVentures Center to use plant-based science to examine how the evolution of food shapes the current and future food supply.