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AkzoNobel’s new OneGrain technology: easy & effective sodium reduction

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AkzoNobel’s new OneGrain technology: easy & effective sodium reduction

November 10
14:41 2011

AkzoNobel Salt Specialties is introducing Suprasel Loso OneGrain. This is a new salt range which features the same processing and taste characteristics as regular salt, but with up to 50% less sodium.

AkzoNobel Salt Specialties’ revolutionary new OneGrain technology turns salt into a free flowing, easy-to-handle carrier of flavours, of nutrients, of anything. With OneGrain technology up to 50% sodium can be reduced by combining regular salt, a mineral salt and taste-enhancing flavours in single salt grains. Suprasel Loso OneGrain has a very close match with all the functionalities of regular salt in foods, including taste, while the considerable decrease in sodium makes it easier to meet sodium reduction targets.

Suprasel Loso OneGrain is a simple 1-to-1 replacement so no changes in recipes are needed. The great-tasting, free flowing Suprasel Loso OneGrain products can be handled and stored just like regular salt, making them a convenient replacement in food manufacturing. The products can be used at the same dosage levels without becoming lumpy, creating dust or de mixing.

More information on Suprasel Loso OneGrain can be found on www.suprasel.com/onegrain

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