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Different wheat ingredients and processings for the creation of authentic, plant-based sausage specialties. Lory Tex and Lory Bind work together to create a realistic salami alternative in taste, appearance, and texture From vegan salami as a hot or cold topping for bread and pizza, to Italian salami stick alternatives, Loryma...
Dietary fibres contribute significantly to a healthy lifestyle and general wellbeing. Industrially produced resistant wheat starches such as Lory Starch Elara are only partially digested in the small intestine, if at all, and are therefore hardly absorbed. As a result, they are ideally suited for enriching functional foods in...
Loryma presents innovative extrudates, wheat starches and functional blends for improved meat products and meat alternatives At this year's IFFA in Frankfurt, Loryma is showcasing its broad portfolio of wheat-based solutions that meet growing global demand for protein-rich, high-quality foods. These offer technological and sensory advantages for meat products, as...
Alternatives from Loryma score with comparable brightening and functionality. As EFSA no longer considers the white pigment titanium dioxide (E 171) to be safe, it will not be allowed to be used in foods from 2022 onwards, according to EU regulations1-2. Loryma's ingredient portfolio includes two wheat starches that can...
Ingredients specialist Loryma introduces concept for vegan, wheat-based dry mixes. Loryma has developed a new application concept for use by consumers wanting to prepare their own vegan meat alternatives at home. For this purpose, the specialist in functional ingredients from wheat has designed special premixes that form an authentic texture...
Ingredients expert Loryma has added two clean label binding systems to its portfolio. With the functional blends, manufacturers can produce meat alternatives that not only convince with a meat-like texture, but also a high protein content and short ingredient list without E-numbers. The combination of wheat and fava beans...