Fava Bean Starch Concentrate - Meelunie

Fava Bean Starch Concentrate

  • Applications
  • Specifications
  • Packaging & Shelf life
  • Properties

Fava Bean Starch Concentrate is a popular ingredient used in many food applications. With strong gelling and binding properties, Fava Bean starch concentrate is the perfect ingredient for many food products including soups, sauces, plant-based meats and instant foods.

Applications

Bakery:

A gluten free alternative in the bakery industry:

  • Bread
  • Muffins
  • Cakes

 

 

Sauces:

A thickening agent in the food industry:

  • Sauces
  • Salad dressings
  • Gravy’s
  • Soups

 

 

Processed meats:

A suitable addition in the processed meat industry:

  • Salami
  • Sausage

 

 

Questions?

For more information about this product, please contact us.

Meelunie Gijs van Elst
Gijs van Elst
Chief Innovation Officer
info@meelunie.com
tel: +31 20 53 06 530

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Tags

starch | Pie fillings | thickening | sauce | fava bean | concentrate




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