Filling a gap in the market

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Taste, texture, and stability in confectionery fillings can all be
achieved with a new range of filling fats from Loders Croklaan, the
Dutch-based company recently spun off by Anglo-Dutch giant
Unilever.

Taste, texture, and stability in confectionery fillings can all be achieved with a new range of filling fats from Loders Croklaan​, the Dutch-based company recently spun off by Anglo-Dutch giant Unilever.

The supplier of speciality oils and fats - sold off at the end of last year to Malaysia's IOI Corporation Berhad group - said that it is currently rolling out three different groups of filling fats for the new range to its customers.

Firstly Creamelt, positioned as a premium filling fats group that "gives confectionery the highest-quality eating characteristics possible"​. Secondly, the Biscuitine group, developed to offer manufacturers "great quality and eating characteristics together with maximum flexibility and economy in production"​.

And finally CLSP, the lauric-based filling fats group that "provides an outstandingly cool and clean melt, while allowing easy processing, including fast and simple crystallisation"​.

The company will be exhibiting the range at the upcoming European food ingredients exhibition - Fi Europe 2003 - taking place in Frankfurt, Germany in November.

Anglo-Dutch consumer products group Unilever sold Loders Croklaan to IOI Corporation Berhad as part of its 'Path to Growth' strategy - a drive to focus on core activities and to boost sales growth.

Related topics: Processing & Packaging

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