Solbar is preparing for strong global growth in the wake of its acquisition by farmer agri-cooperative CHS, according to Todd Watson, CHS global protein sales and development manager for food and food ingredients.
Soy protein firm Solbar has outlined big plans for growth in several fields, including dietary and sports nutrition following the completion of its acquisition by US-based farmer co-operative CHS in February 2012.
Solbar is exploring new applications for its Bontex steam textured soy proteins, and believes that attention to their nutritional benefits could make them attractive for bakery and confectionery goods geared towards health.
The fall-out from the melamine crisis in China is prompting manufacturers to be super careful about sourcing safe ingredients, say industry sources – not just dairy and not just those coming from China.
The Chinese soy protein market needs to consolidate to have fewer
players in order for anyone to make money from the market,
according to Solbar, which has had a production facility in China
Soy protein manufacturer Solbar has opened an office in Shanghai to
allow it to meet the rapidly growing demand for soy products in
China. It launches just ahead of local production, scheduled to
start in January next year at a new...
As the popularity of soy products gains pace Israeli soy
ingredients company Solbar Plant Extracts announced this week that
it has launched a new, highly soluble soy isoflavone for functional
beverages, meal replacement and supplement...