Food Business News - June 18, 2013 - (Page 71)

Supplier Innovations and News ADM to highlight range of food ingredients at I.F.T. From functional foods and beverages to desserts, Archer Daniels Midland Co., Decatur, Ill., plans to feature a range of ingredients at the Institute of Food Technologists’ annual beverages that have benefits such as extra protein and vegetable servings,” explained Tom Burrows, marketing director, ADM Foods and Wellness. The company will be at booth 2447 serving samples of the following products: Gluten-free pancakes with blueberry syrup — made with Harvest Pearl sorghum flour mix; Citrus cooler — a 100% fruit juice blend featuring 7 grams of protein; Tropical particulate bar — made with Fibersol LQ, Fibersol-2, navy bean powder and whole grain sorghum soy protein crisps, isoflavones, phytosterols and vitamin E; Maple bacon-flavored navy bean puff — VegeFull navy beans provide protein and fiber; Mini egg rolls with sweet and sour sauce — prepared in a blend of high-oleic soybean oil and NuSun sunflower oil; Chocolate-filled cupcakes — made with deZaan cocoa; and Cocoa cafe — mocha beverages featuring deZaan cocoa powders. Biorigin to present recipes for health, well-being at I.F.T. meeting and exposition July 13-16 in Chicago. This new stabilizer system creates a smooth, creamy consistency in stirred yogurt products, as well as a firm texture. It prevents whey separation during distribution and storage. During its participation at the Institute of Food Technologists’ annual meeting and exposition July 13-16 in Chicago, Biorigin, São Paulo, Brazil, will present health and well-being formulations for sodium reduction and taste enhancement at booth 2307. The company will feature its Bionis and Bioenhance lines that allow 25% sodium reduction in meat applications. The Bionis line of yeast extracts provides body and mouthfeel, while the Bioenhance line of natural flavor enhancers increases the intensity of salt perception with no salt addition. Other highlights will include its Biogard line of natural ingredients to extend shelf life by inhibiting mold in bakery applications, as well as its portfolio of Biotaste roasted taste enhancers to deliver meat, beef, chicken and toasted notes. The company also will present a line of inactive and mineralized yeasts, as well as a salt replacer. Applications include soups, broths, condiments, sauces, salty snacks, meats, seasonings, cheeses, savory and meat products, among others. DSM, Heerlen, The Netherlands, will showcase its complete line of food and nutrition solutions at the Institute of Food Technologists’ annual meeting and exposition July 13-16 in Chicago. The company will be promoting its custom nutrient premixes in conjunction with Fortitech in booth 1519. Visitors also will learn about the versatile culture and enzyme solutions available to enhance taste and texture, as well as improve yield. DSM Food Specialties’ salt reduction products enable manufacturers to deliver authentic tastes with a natural label declaration, while meeting the increasing consumer demand for up to 50% less salt in snacks and ready meals. DSM Nutritional Products also will promote a natural tomato concentrate to support healthy circulation, an oat beta-glucan with clinically proven health benefits in cholesterol reduction and nutritional lipids solutions to provide brain, eye and heart health benefits. It also will showcase its range of color solutions with naturalsourced and nature-identical carotenoid colors for food and beverage applications. Visit: Visit: Visit: meeting and exposition July 13-16 in Chicago. “The products and samples we are highlighting at the show include examples of better-for-you foods and Huber to launch new ‘super carrier’ silicas at I.F.T. Huber Engineered Materials, Atlanta, is scheduled to launch two “super carrier” silicon dioxides at the Institute of Food Technologists’ annual meeting and exposition July 13-16 in Chicago at booth 3525. ZeofreePLUS 5191 and ZeofreePLUS 5193 silicon dioxides are engineered to provide excellent carrying capacity for liquids, while delivering anti-caking and free-flow properties for powdered food and industrial applications. ZeofreePLUS 5191 is a carrier in the form of spray-dried powder with an average particle size of 25 microns, while ZeofreePLUS 5193 is a conditioning agent in the form of milled powder with an average particle size of 14 microns. Both provide carrying capacity at three times their weight as liquids. Visit: Palsgaard to showcase stabilizer mixture for yogurts at I.F.T. Morris Plains, N.J.-based Palsgaard is scheduled to showcase its AcidMilk 316, a special stabilizer mixture based exclusively on cleanlabel food ingredients and developed for use in stirred yogurt products made from fresh milk, at the Institute of Food Technologists’ annual June 18, 2013 Visit: DSM combines health and indulgence at I.F.T. 2013 FOODBUSINESS NEWS ® 71

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Food Business News - June 18, 2013
Diamond Foods challenged by walnut supply and Emerald relaunch
Market Insight: Mid-year commodity outlook
Fruitful ice cream options
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Editorial - Proposed SNAP cuts will be felt throughout the food sector
Flavored milk to grow at double the rate of white milk
Smucker exits bulk coffee, remains bullish on K-Cups
C.e.o. in unsolicited takeover bid for Dole
Heinz acquisition completed, new c.e.o. takes over
Mondelez to offer coffee pods compatible with rival’s system
Tyson Foods expands prepared foods portfolio with acquisition
Nielsen honors Breakthrough Innovation winners
Taco Bell taking charge of breakfast
Expanded breakfast helps lift McDonald’s May sales
McCormick & Company sees growth ahead from innovation and acquisitions
Wal-Mart doubles-down on fresh produce promise
Morningstar buy may be just the beginning for Saputo
Target delves deeper into organics
PepsiCo hires chief marketing officer
Wenner sees winner in Pirate Brands acquisition
Single-serve coffee' harbinger of things to come at TreeHouse'
Washington - Senate passes farm bill, stage set for debate over SNAP cuts
Sports Nutrition - Improved performance
Ingredient Innovations - Diverse Dynamos for Digestion
I.F.T. to convene in Chicago
New Food Products
Ingredient Market Trends - Imports from Mexico send U.S. sugar stocks to record highs
Ingredient Markets
Supplier Innovations and News
Ad Index
Food Business in the News

Food Business News - June 18, 2013