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October 7, 2014
Visitors to Glanbia Nutritionals’ booth will be able to try prototype bar applications, such as the Simple Probiotic Bar with ALA-omega 3. Formulated with only six ingredients (to meet the clean label trend), this nutritious snack is an example of Glanbia Nutritionals’ expertise in bar formulation. The recipe includes BarProTM, a partially hydrolized milk protein concentrate with a creamy dairy note, BevGrad® Chia, super-finely milled for a smoother texture, and Ganeden BC30®, a shelf stable probiotic with 15 billion cfu/g, for improved digestive health and a stronger immune system. Flavor nuances denominated in the prototype Cookies ‘n’ Crème have been optimized by Glanbia Nutritionals’ Flavor Artistry team.
Also on hand will be the High Protein/Fiber Cardio Bar, containing 15 grams of protein and fiber in each bar. Harnessing the nutritional benefits of MenaQ7® PURE, a nature identical Vitamin K2, and the functional properties of BarProTM 283, a milk protein concentrate designed for enhanced softness and extended shelf life, the High Protein/Fiber Cardio Bar has significant beneficial effects on bone and cardiovascular health.
Glanbia Nutritionals will also offer samples of its Energy Chia Smoothie, a beverage including the ALA-omega 3 and fiber benefits of BevGrad® Chia. Also, Glanbia Nutritionals’ Energy Premix contains NutraShield™ caffeine, with encapsulation technology to improve caffeine taste, and Carnipure™ Carnitine, which provides sustained energy in stable beverage formulations. Also included in the premix is Chromax® Chromium Picolinate, with B vitamins, a natural source of energy to aid metabolism support. The smoothie contains OptiSol® 1061, a true Greek yogurt powder that enables manufacturers to introduce the ingredient in diverse food and beverage applications. Grade A and rBST free, its primary function is to create an authentic Greek yogurt flavor profile in beverages, bar, dairy foods, dips and sauces.
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