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Ohly Introduces New Maple Syrup Specialty Powder

July 26
11:22 2016

ohlyA new Maple Syrup Powder has been launched by Ohly. The newest addition to the ProDry range is supposed to bring authentic maple syrup flavour and sweetness in a free flowing powder form.

The powder is made with 100% Canadian maple syrup and produced from all identity-preserved ingredients. The ProDry process is claimed to retain the volatile flavour components, protecting the distinctive, well rounded characteristic flavour profile of maple syrup. It is described as having hints of caramel with overtones of toffee.

“The response to the Maple Syrup Powder from existing customers has been overwhelmingly positive,” said Jay Wickeham, General Manager of Ohly Americas. “Canadian maple syrup is distinctive and popular, it’s a flavour that really delights consumers and is a powerful addition to Seasonings in order to improve them with sweetness and depth.”

According to the company, the new powder form is a valuable asset for manufacturers already using syrup, as the free flowing ProDry powder does not clog, clump or stick, avoiding the inherent waste and sanitation problems found with liquid syrup.

Ohly’s  research, development and quality management has made the company one of the world’s top suppliers of yeast extracts, hydrolysates and specialty powders. The company has four manufacturing plants. Each plant specializes in producing a different product.

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