For food, cosmetics and the technical industry
Which additives for what purpose?
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.
- Bake mixes
- Fine baked goods
- Gluten-free baked goods
- Raising agents
- Production of sausage products
- Processing meat
- Meat substitutes (vegan foods)
- Dairy products
- Lactose free products
- Ice cream
- Cheese specialties
- Butter and margarine
- Convenience food
- Frozen food
- Ready meals
- Mustard and ketchup
- Jellies and jams
- Chocolate candies
- Fruit juices
- Isotonic beverages
- Soft drinks
For all animal species
Feeding pets today is a complex and challenging task, as pet owners only want top quality products for their best friends. Color, smell and appearance are just as important as ingredient quality. Plant-based raw materials can be used to replace animal fats or proteins and the appearance of a product can remain stable for longer.
Cattle have other requirements: the feed needs to be as effective as possible and at a low cost. Thus the feed recipes include raw material which replace expensive ones or ingredients the animals do not like.
The applications include the manufacture of feed products for dogs, cats and other small animal, horse feed and feed for cattle such as beef cattle, pigs, calves, laying hens, sheep, goats and dairy cows.
Individual feed stuff and feed-stuff substitutes for the manufacture of
- wet and dry food for dogs and cats
- Diabetic feed
- Performance feed
- Function pre-mixture
Individual feed stuff and feed stuff substitutes for the manufacture of
- Supplemental feed
- Mineral feed stuffs
- Dairy replacement
- Fattening feed
- Concentrated feed
- Diabetic feed
- Specialty products for certain animal species
Cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and other industries
Use in areas with special requirements
Materials with binding or expanding properties are needed in various industries. One example is fracking, which requires massive quantities of guar gum.
Mixed with other materials that can be used drilling or mining work to improve flow capacity and consolidation with hydrocolloids.
The cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries are always researching new ingredients from sources, which are natural, sustainable and do not harm people and animals. In doing so the boundary between natural products and pharmaceuticals is difficult to define. Plant-based raw materials can always be used in health-based areas.