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Potato-Based Soluble Fiber Reduces Calories

October 15, 2013

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Potato-Based Soluble Fiber Reduces Calories

CENTENNIAL, Colo.Penford Food Ingredients introduced PenFibe® RO, a potato-based soluble fiber that can be added to a variety of foods to increase fiber and decrease calories.

The non-GMO product contains a minimum of 56% dietary fiber and can be used to reduce calories in foods products by partially replacing higher caloric ingredients, such as flour and sugar. PenFibe RO is non-allergenic, kosher and halal. The product also can be used to partially replace corn syrup, flour, inulin, maltodextrin and sugar.

Recommended applications include baked goods, beverages, breakfast/nutrition bars, confectionery, dairy, frozen desserts, snacks, sports nutrition, supplements and toppings/syrups.

Earlier this year, Penford Food Ingredients introduced two new product lines, PenNovo® 03 and PenNovo® MD, for bakery, dairy, coatings, dressing and more at the IFT 2013 Expo in Chicago.

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