STARCHES & PROTEINS

Starches are widely used in the food industry. They are derived from a variety of natural raw materials offering specific functionality depending on application. Some applications may include: Binding, emulsification, fat replacement, protein replacement, and as a bulking agent.

Native & Modified Wheat Starch

Commonly used in the snack and coating industries to provide texture and adhesion across a number of processing conditions.

Texturized Wheat Protein

Developed specifically for meat free/meat reduction applications, these products can be used to replicate meat structure and appearance meeting the demands of the growing vegetarian, flexitarian and vegan market.

Functional Meat Free & Vegetarian

Tailor made functional compounds, developed to meet specific individual requirements delivering taste, texture and convenience.

Native & Modified Tapioca Starches

Developed to provide texture and mouth feel in a number of applications including dairy based, bakery and batter coatings.

Organic Plant Proteins

An exciting range of high quality organic vegetable proteins. The products are made from high quality organic raw materials, manufactured by way of a unique patent pending process which ensures the preservation of the valuable nutrients, B vitamins, polyphenols and minerals. Our range includes; Sunflower, Pumpkin, Chia, Coconut, Cranberry, Pomegranate, Almond and Flax.

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Healthy Confectionery is still an ‘untapped market’

Concerns about processed sugar and the impending sugar tax means that today’s consumers are looking for healthier and natural alternatives across all categories, including confectionery. Read our article below on the Confectionery News website by Thew Arnott’s Technical Manager Confectionery Europe, Nick Hewitt: https://www.confectionerynews.com/Article/2018/04/13/Confectionery-that-has-a-health-benefit-is-still-largely-untapped

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The Ingredients Show – NEC 2018

The Thew Arnott team recently attended the Ingredients Show that runs alongside Foodex at the NEC in Birmingham. We were thrilled we had the chance to take part in a panel discussion, and Verity rose to the occasion getting involved in the hot topic: – Clean Label: Tapping the Trends of Tomorrow, that took place […]

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