Alfred Wolff makes honey safer

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German ingredients manufacturer Alfred Wolff claims it has made
improvements to honey that will make if safer for confectionery
manufacturers to use.

Honey has traditionally been a popular ingredient for confectionery manufacturers but regulating its safety has oftern thrown up problems with microbiolgocial organisms and a variety of pathogens.Wolff is the world's leading supplier of honey ingredients, with customers in the bakery, dairy, beverage and confectionery markets, and said that the demands of the food industry now required honey to be supplied with greater safety guarantees than ever before.

As a result, the company has developed a new technique which can remove microbiological organisms and potential pathogens such as Botulism without affecting the quality and taste of the honey itself.

Improving the quality of products is not just about safety, of course - it is also about the look and texture. With this in mind, US ingredients supplier CP Kelco has launched a new product designed to provide suspension and stabilisation of pulp, minerals and beverage clouds in ready-to-drink fruit juices.

Related topics: Processing & Packaging, Ingredients

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