Danisco receives ingredient award

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At the Food Ingredients Europe Exhibition, held in Frankfurt,
Danisco have received one of three food ingredient awards for its
'revolutionising Grindstead Barrier System', a water barrier
device that makes it possible to control moisture migration in
snack fillings.

The barrier system ingredient blend is the answer to a commonly shared problem in the food industry, it delays moisture migration from, for example, the cake filling or biscuit and keeps the crispy parts crispy, thus prolonging the products shelf-life. In addition, the innovation enables the use of water fillings as an alternative to fat-based fillings.

"We're pleased with the award because it's yet another acknowledgment of the fact that we are a leading provider of knowledge based ingredients for our customers. We're extremely focused on the challenges that our customers face, and our research and development efforts aim to meet them. We consider an acknowledgment from the largest European food ingredient exhibition- with more than a thousand exhibitors- a great encouragement in our development work,"​ enthused Torben Svejgard, President of Danisco Emulsifiers.

Grinstead Barrier System was introduced at the Food Ingredients Europe Exhibition in Frankfurt. Its primary applications involve savoury snacks, confectionery bars and fine bakery snacks.

Danisco​ is the world's leading supplier of food ingredients primarily based on natural raw materials. With production plants worldwide and over 8,000 employees, Danisco record net sales volumes of over DKK16.5 million (€2.2 million).

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