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October 25, 2013
Attendees can visit AIDP's Protein Solution Center to gain insight on the growing interest in protein in food manufacturing. The exhibit will feature ingredients such as Gabiotein sprouted brown rice protein, KoACT® for bone health, KollagGenII-xs for joint health and Instagen, a new line of soluble collagen products. "Gabiotein was a hit at IFT and we are in the process of developing other unique plant-based proteins," said Kathy Lund, vice president of marketing and business development at AIDP.
At the Formulations Solution Centers, AIDP will showcase TastiMin, a new line of tasteless minerals, and enVantec, a line of fat soluble vitamins, among other ingredients.
Visitors can also chat with industry author Kim Stewart and food scientist Kantha Shelke, Ph.D. at AIDP's booth, number 22016. The industry experts will discuss formulation strategies for protein and collagen, in addition to market trends and diversification forecasts.
Were focusing on developing meaningful new products and formulating solutions for health and wellness," Lund said. Our commitment is to providing quality, well-researched ingredients that fit a need in the marketplace and are commercially successful for the supplement and functional food industry."
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