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Roquette Succeeds At Making Pea Protein Palatable As Functional Ingredient

June 14, 2010: 02:51 AM EST
The use of vegetable proteins in functional foods has been slow to develop, mainly because of taste and odor problems. But vegetable proteins, including those extracted from the pea, offer nutritional, functional and even ethical advantages. And now Roquette has come up with a pea-derived protein, marketed as “Nutralys,” that has neutralized taste and odor, and is non-GMO, highly nutritional, easily digestible, and made from a reliable, traced source. Containing 85% protein, Nutralys is the main ingredient in a new vegetable drink – Vegetal Booster – that also contains water, maltodextrin and fiber. “With Nutralys S85F, Roquette opens up new prospects for development in the world of vegetable-derived products, in particular for certain food applications such as dairy, dietary and slimming products and those dedicated to sports,” according to Food Ingredients First.
"Pea Protein Innovation Opening Up New Application Opportunities", Food Ingredients First, June 14, 2010, © CNS Media BV
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