Potato Booster for Baked Snacks – Empure® AKJEL 200 Clean Label

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Using the expertise of the existing Empure® product range, we succeeded in developing more clean label starches like our Empure® AKJEL 200. This clean label potato booster is especially for use in baked snacks. The success story of Emsland Group’s Empure® clean label products continues with the new developments of clean label starches and potato flakes used in many food applications.

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Emsland Stärke GmbH

COMPANY DETAILS

Emsland Stärke GmbH

Emslandstraße 58

Emlichheim

D 49824

Germany

 

www.emsland-group.com

 

info@emsland-group.com

 

Tel. +49(0)5943/81-0

Fax. +49(0)5943/81-205

ACTIVE CATEGORIES

Bakery Mixes and Other Bakery Products,Dairy Products - Natural and Imitation,Emulsifiers and Emulsifier Systems,Fat Replacers,Fibers,Maize and Maize Products,Pulses and Pulse Products,Starch and Starch Products


Emsland Group - Potato starch and derivatives
‘using nature to create’ – this guiding principle characterises the company philosophy behind the Emsland Group. Harvested raw materials are processed into innovative trendsetting quality products in tune with nature.

With a unique and creative range of products, expertise and local service, the Emsland Group has gained a foothold in the market and is not only Germany’s largest producer of potato starch, but is also a global leader in manufacturing refined starch products, fibers as well as potato flakes and granules.

Supplier of starches, flakes and granules
Emsland Group has a wide product portfolio with innovative and tailor-made products solutions of its customers. Starches based on potatoes and peas are successfully used in many sectors of food industry. Our fibres, flakes and granules are also indispensable for manufacturing all types of food. The Emsland Group has specialised in processing and refining renewable raw materials in:

     Potato starch and derivatives;
     Potato fibres;
     Potato flakes;
     Potato granules;
     During intercampaign pea starch and derivatives;
     Pea fibres and proteins;
     Derivatives based on (waxy) corn, tapioca, wheat;
     Other food ingredients, hydrocolloids and additives.

Our functional valued „Food Innovations“ are ideal for a wide range of applications. Depending on your needs, these natural and neutral-tasting ingredients can be used to optimize texture, appearance and firmness. In many cases our products are not just food ingredients, but are used as thickeners, binding agents, emulsifiers and stabilizing additives to create innovative and promising food solutions.

Starches for food production
The demands that food consumers make from products they buy are increasing all the time. They want uncomplicated, quick preparation. Above all, the range of products has to appeal in terms of taste and look. Furthermore, it has to fulfil nutritional criteria. Emsland Group applications are indispensable in food ingredients, as they increase functional value. The most important food segments we develop new food concepts, reformulate concepts, optimise total cost of production and reduce environmental impact are:

     Soups, sauces and gravies;
     Potato products;
     Coatings;
     Meat, poultry and seafood;
     Pasta and noodles;
     Snacks;
     Confectionery;
     Bakery products;
     Dairy.

We offer solutions for trends such as clean label, kosher & halal, gluten-free, fibre enriched, sustainability, acrylamide reduction, vegan as well as non-GMO and natural.

The Emsland Group has clear quality directives and is certified. Further details can be found at www.emsland-group.com. All products are made in Germany and guaranteed Kosher and Halal certified.

Apart from controlling a total of six production sites in Germany, the Emlichheim-based company headquarters of the globally active Emsland Group also controls a global network of 100 agencies and representative offices in Europe, the Middle East, Northern Africa, Asia, as well as in North America and South America. Geographical proximity to regional markets enables the Emsland Group to spot global trends and react to them accordingly. This is a key criterion, in order to remain competitive in the future.

Emsland Group – a company which guarantees quality and establishes trust.


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