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Nutriose Soluble Fibre Honoured With Frost & Sullivan Award

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Nutriose Soluble Fibre Honoured With Frost & Sullivan Award

Nutriose Soluble Fibre Honoured With Frost & Sullivan Award
April 20
10:27 2012

The international business research and strategy consulting firm Frost & Sullivan has just given the 2011 Award for ‘European food fibre ingredients customer value enhancement’ to Roqutte for its Nutriose soluble fibre. The award highlights the added value provided by Nutriose to food industry users thanks to its nutrition and health benefits – in particular weight management – and the supporting scientific evidence.

The Customer Value Enhancement award singles out Nutriose for having demonstrated superior and even unique performance in the global food fibres market. The Frost & Sullivan analysts identified industry best practice on the basis of a number of criteria; those analysed were continuous improvement, sustainable development, the natural solutions offer and technical support.

Roquette’s strategy of continuous improvement, in particular with regard to the scientific validation of its ingredients’ nutritional and health properties, was particularly honoured. Strongly supported by several clinical studies proving its effects on satiety, weight management and certain metabolic syndrome determinants, Nutriose meets the high expectations of a market seeking to reduce the incidence of metabolic disorders linked to lifestyle (excess weight, diabetes, etc).

“There is a real need for practical solutions to prevent the accelerating increase in obesity occurring in many countries: Nutriose provides the nutritional and technological assets that can make those solutions happen,” comments Catherine Lefranc, corporate manager of scientific communication for nutrition at Roquette.

Other major trends observed by Frost & Sullivan are sustainable development and the need for natural alternatives. Nutriose is a fibre obtained from two renewable raw materials: maize and wheat. This results in a wide range of fibres whose molecular weight is tailor-made for the required end application. This remarkable flexibility – guaranteed gluten-free, GMO-free and Kosher/Halal-certified – is, according to Frost & Sullivan, also a major distinguishing factor.

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