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PGP launches 90% soy protein crisp

March 18
10:52 2016

soy-protein-crispsPGP International (part of ABF Ingredients) are applying their strengths in extrusion to functional formulas with a 90% soy protein crisp that delivers an optimum 6.25 grams of soy protein per serving. The health, weight management and wellness sector continues to demand protein packed finished products that meet the ever changing needs of the market. PGPI’s extruded product is not only light but packs a healthy punch with a 90% protein soy crisp that is low in fat, sodium and cholesterol.

Peter Hassing, VP of Business Unit Extrusion at PGPI in Woodland, California says “Our finished protein product formulas make it an easy-to-use ingredient for manufacturer’s that need protein rich, high quality ingredients. Innovation and service is at the core of everything we do at PGP and our partnership approach helps customers meet their production goals quickly and effectively.”

90% soy protein benefits:

  • Low in fat
  • Low in sodium
  • Low in cholesterol
  • Delivers 6.25 grams of soy per serving

90% Soy Protein Applications:

  • Granola and cereals
  • Protein bars
  • Nutrition rich snacks
  • Energy bars
  • Weight management products
  • Low cholesterol products

PGP International, Inc. is the cereal specialties division of ABF Ingredients and was originally founded in 1983 in the US. The company is a leading supplier and innovative manufacturer dedicated to bringing you high-quality cereal food ingredients used to develop good tasting nutritional food products.

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