According, Public Health England (PHE) data reveals that UK consumers are routinely eating 200-300 calories per day more than they need to, with that figure going up to 500 calories for overweight males under 18 years old.

PHE have issued a direct challenge to industry to find innovative ways to reduce the calories in the foods consumers love.

Daymer Ingredients has a number of solutions to help with calorie reduction.  Starches and Fibres can help bind up water to provide a fat mimetic properties, plus used in unique combinations we can assist with improving texture and appearance whilst offering a calorie reduction.

We offer solutions in a number of application areas, including, but not limited to:

  • dressings and mayonnaises
  • butters and spreads
  • bakery creams and fillings
  • baked goods
  • ice cream and desserts
  • meat, sausages, burgers and vege-burgers
  • soups, sauces and gravies
  • ready meals

For more information on our calorie reduction innovations, please contact us.

Dietary fibre opportunities

August 30th, 2017 | Posted by jwlbrace in cff | fibre - (0 Comments)

Daymer Ingredients Limited would like to share an article on featuring Tamina Geiger, International Product Manager at CFF GmbH & Co KG.

CFF’s extensive range of fibres for food products are available exclusively in the UK and Republic of Ireland through Daymer.

For more information, samples and recipe ideas, please contact us.

Dietary fiber opportunities for CFF among top consumer trends

21 Aug 2017 — The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends a dietary fiber intake of at least 30g per day. Currently, the average dietary fiber intake among adults in the US is about 15 grams a day. CFF GmbH & Co. KG (CFF) produces natural dietary fiber concentrations that are suitable for dietary fiber enrichment in many food applications.

Tamina Geiger, MSc Food Technologist, International Product Manager, CFF GmbH & Co. KG

The high functionality of the company’s product SANACEL fibers is at the forefront of the company, and producing dietary fibers from raw materials is where CFF are seeing a lot of potential for the food industry.

For the full article, please click here.

Article origination credited to Food Ingredients First