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Versatile Solutions From Grain

Versatile Solutions From Grain
November 20
09:30 2012

Kampffmeyer Food Innovation’s focus at this year’s HiE was on the topics Clean Label and health. The company showcased two gluten-free functional flours from its Purafarin® range which extend its portfolio of Clean Label binding systems for ready meals, soups and sauces. The company also highlighted Purafarin®Hydrosoft, a functional flour which enhances the freshness and texture of baked goods and is proven to achieve best results in the production of Clean Label pizza. Kampffmeyer Food Innovation also demonstrated that the wheat aleurone Vein of gold® is a good source of dietary fibre, vitamins and minerals and can be used to enrich baked goods and other foods with these nutritious ingredients. 

The introduction of the two new Clean Label binding systems from corn and rice was prompted by the increasing demand for gluten-free variants from the food service sector, especially from companies who supply hospitals, schools and kindergartens.

For dough processing, the wheat-based flour Purafarin®HydroSoft was developed to improve the freshness and quality of baked goods, with bread and bread rolls gaining a soft and juicy crumb. During industrial production of pizza dough in particular, this functional flour can substitute fat and additives, which are usually required to meet customer demands with regards to texture. With the new functional flour, the dough becomes soft, fluffy and juicy and is characterized by a short bite with no chewiness or crumb flaking. Trials have shown that these properties can be maintained even after several months of refrigerated storage. Manufactured with just four basic baking ingredients – flour, water, salt and yeast – high grade Clean Label pizzas come to life.

Since Vein of gold® consists of the most nutritious fraction of the wheat grain, it provides all kind of baked goods, as well as foods such as pasta and breakfast cereals, with an improved nutritional profile. Bettina Zeuch, Product Manager at Kampffmeyer Food Innovation GmbH, says: “Vein of gold® is a perfect example of how health and indulgence don’t have to be a contradiction. It is used in very low dosages yet provides high amounts of dietary fibre, vitamins and minerals. Consumers can profit from the most nutritious ingredients without compromising on taste.”

For further information visit www.kampffmeyer.com.


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