Natural dietary fibres
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Natural Dietary Fibre List - some available organic
- cocoa fibre
- carrot fibre
- apple fibre
- oat fibre
- wheat fibre
- buckwheat fibre
- rye fibre
- almond fibre
- hemp fibre
- blackcurrant fibre
- aronia / chokeberry fibre
- cranberry fibre
- lemon balm fibre
- pepper mint fibre
- pickled cucumber fibre
- saw palmetto fibre
- bitter orange fibre
- flax seed fibre
- others on request
Main applications in food
- confectionary for cocoa coating, creams, chocolate fillings, pralines, biscuits
- confectionary like spongy cakes, cookies, wafers, liquid covers (milky basis, nut creams,choco creams), jelly candies, thermostable marmalade
- bakery for white bread, wholegrain bread, crackers, rolls
- meat products like luncheon meats, sausages
- all kinds of sauces: ketchups, mustards, different kind of coatings and powders. ice creams, yogurts and gluten free products.
- sport and dietary supplements
- high fibre drink and smoothies
Low content of fat 5%, and high content of fibre min 60%, Strong cocoa and color flavor, cocoa fibre replacing industrial cacao powder in recipe. 35-100% can be replaced. Good water and fat binding capacity as for natural product, so stabilizers and emulsifiers can be reduced from the recipe. Used in cocoa coatings, “High fibre” chocolate drinks, chocolate bases, extruded snacks, a’la Nutella “RICH in FIBRE” cream, fitness bars and other chocolate flavored, low fat products.
Incredibly rich in several valuable health promoting phyto-nutrients, and anti-oxidants such as polyphenols and anthocyanins that are vital for our health. In addition to direct consumption, and on top of their gelling, freshness and stabilizing properties they can be used in dark (purple) colour marmalades as natural colorant.
Supports proper functioning of the entire gastrointestinal tract and facilitates weight loss. Special production technology allows us to obtain high quality pure fiber, whose molecules have an extremely large active surface. As apple fibre expands in the gastrointestinal tract it reduces hunger, reduces the absorption of calories from food, and improves peristalsis. Used as a substitute of gelling agents in the production of ketchup and tomato paste. Extends freshness of bread and other bakery products as it preserves juiciness (succulence) of the product. Can also be used in meat processing – to hamburgers and sausages, to stabilize and improve structure. Apple is used as well in light-color thermostable marmalades as gelling agent.