In order to best meet consumer expectations for appearance, taste and mouth feel, various additives are used in food products, which are then added to the recipes in minimal amounts. A wide variety of our products can be used here.
Which additive for which purpose?
Plant-based raw materials – Aditives – Specialties
Making food last longer
Increasing the shelf life of food.
Increase the acidity in a food product.
Control the acidity in a food product.
Prevent particles from sticking.
Prevent foam formation
Increase the volume of a food product.
Allow a fluids such as water and oil to mix.
Increase the flavor of a food product.
Stabilizes the food product through gel formation.
Prevent food products from drying out.
Allow thickening of soups and sauces.
Increase the volume of dough.
Prevent separation or settling of materials in food products.
Increase the viscosity of a food product.
Make food sweet.
Can be used to color food.
Along with additives, numerous plant-based raw materials with properties can be used in food production or as independent products. A few examples include:
They are primarily used in the production of
Food additives improve the properties of food products, give them longer shelf life, influence appearance, taste or improve processing. The EU permits approximately 320 additives. as they are not harmful for people and have many positive properties. Additives can be identified by the e-number.
Additives are used in many areas. These include:
Meat and sausage products: