An emulsifier, humectant, texturiser and egg replacement, Renmatix's patent-protected simple cellulose is native, natural and multifunctional, it says. "This is a very unique and new-to-the-world form of cellulose,” says the CEO.
Finnish researchers are developing a range of clean-label wood-derived ingredients to replace current emulsifiers, texturisers and additives for bakery, meat and dairy products - but do consumers want wood in their food?
Whether pectin will ever be more than a gelling agent and
stabiliser and be labelled as a health ingredient depends on
science and money. In the second part of an in-depth special
series, FoodNavigator examines the health claims for...
Food manufacturers face further price rises for ingredients as the
world's largest producer of carrageenan, FMC BioPolymer, announces
a global 7 percent step-up in price for its carrageenan and
food/specialty grade microcrystalline...
A water soluble cellulose fiber new to the US market claims to
provide moisture management, reduced oil uptake and improved
coating adhesion in a range of food products, including baked
goods, extruded items and dairy products.
The United States International Trade Commission (ITC) has decided
to pursue its investigation into alleged dumping of the
hydrocolloid ingredient purified carboxymethylcellulose (CMC) after
an initial complaint by Aqualan, a division...
Tapping into the €83 million market for cellulose gum use in food
applications, UK-based ingredient firm Fiske has signed a new
agreement with CMC leader Noviant to distribute the firm's range of
European hydrocolloid suppliers have welcomed new labelling rules
that provide E-number shy manufacturers with an alternative name
for the complex sounding food additive carboxymethylcellulose
(CMC). From now on, cellulose gum can...
In a surprise move US chemical company Hercules is to sell its
three-year old stake in hydrocolloid leader CP Kelco to emerging
CMC player Huber, sparking speculation as to when Huber might take
full control of CP Kelco.