Natural dietary fibres

Healthy alternative to artificial

Natural fibres for food

Dietary fibres are processed by micronization and sterilization of parts of dried fruits and dried vegetables, dried peels, dried pomace, grain husk/shell or grain bran. All fibres are 100% natural, insoluble and clean label powders, without chemical treatment and without additives.  All our fibres were designed for the fast growing market of food producers who create healthy natural recipies with high fibre content.


Conventional dietary fibres:

Organic dietary fibres:

Main applications in food

  • Bakery (bread, cakes, wafers, baking mixes…)
  • Confectionary (cookies, nutritional bars, granola, chocolate products, ice cream toppings…)
  • Beverages (chocolate drinks, drinking yogurts, smoothies, instant drinks…)
  • Dairy (yogurts, desserts…)
  • Fruit preparation
  • Savory (snacks, instant soups and sauces, vegan meat”, canned products…)
  • Supplements of diet
  • Animal feed / Pet food

Greenfield range of powdered fibres with different fibre content from 30% to 85% and different degree of grinding of the raw material gives you opportunity to choose the most appropriate fibre for your application.

We offer fibre powder in 3 levels of micronization:

  • m10 – super fine powder with particles size around 10 μm
  • m20 – standard fibre powder with particles size around 20 μm
  • m40 – coarse fibre powder with particles size around 40 μm

Nutrition and health claims

How much of fibre powder should be used in recipe if manufacturer wants to make retail pack claim “source of fibre” or “high fibre” according to EU regulations?

In order to meet the required content of dietary fibre in retail products with “high fibre” claim:

  • 100 grams of ready product should include 10 grams of Greenfield blackcurrant fibre powder (where 60% is fibre = 6 grams)
  • 100 grams of ready product should include 9,3 grams of Greenfield cocoa fibre powder (where 65% is fibre= 6 grams)
  • 100 grams of ready product should include 7,6 grams of Greenfield organic oat fibre powder (where 80% is fibre= 6 grams)
Source of fibreHigh fibre
Product has to contain at least 3g of dietary fibre per 100g or at least 1,5g of dietary fibre per 100 kcal.Product has to contain at least 6g of dietary fibre per 100g or at least 3g of dietary fibre per 100kcal.
  • increase in faecal bulk (oat fibre, barley fibre, wheat fibre)
  • normal bowel function (rye fibre)
  • contributes to an acceleration of intestinal transit (wheat fibre)

* REGULATION (EC) No 1924/2006 Listed on the Annex of Regulation
** EFSA Journal 2010; 8(3):1462; EFSA Journal 2010;8(10):1735

If you would like to receive products specifications and detailed presentation about various food applications for the fibre powders, please contact our sales team or use our contact form.