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Solvaira Supplies Oat Fibre

July 11
11:50 2016

SolvairaSolvaira Specialties has issued instantaneous commercial production and availability of FI-1 Oat Fibre, which as it persists to grow a complete variety of fibre goods for the food, health and specialty market.

Solvaira Specialties has announced immediate commercial production and availability of FI-1 Oat Fibre.

As a long term supplier of several different fibres, Solvaira Specialties says it is continuing to build the full range of fibre products for the food, health and specialty markets. With the addition of Oat Fibre, customers will now have the ability to source all their fibre needs from Solvaira, the company claims.

“Successful supply of Oat Fibre will complement the strategic supply of soy, cellulose and other fibres for the markets we currently serve. Oat is positively linked to healthy living and our addition of this new line of pat fibres demonstrates Solvaira’s commitment to the needs of the food industry,” said Jit Ang, Executive Vice President. “Solvaira’s diverse new line of oat fibres has excellent functionality in a variety of food systems including meat and bakery applications. We are excited to offer these excellent clean label ingredient options to our customers.”

Solvaira Specialties is the progeny of Fibred-Maryland, Allied Blending & Ingredients, and International Fiber Corporation. Solvaira was founded in 2014. The company brings a extensive variety of exceptional ingredient solutions to the food, health and specialty markets.

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