Inolens 12 extends the shelf life of chocolate products

By: trademagazin Date: 2007. 08. 08. 00:00

The Slovenian-based company Vitiva launched its new ingredient at this year's IFT Anuual Meeting and Food Expo, held in Chicago.


Inolens 12 is an alternative to synthetic antioxidants
because it uses all natural ingredients and is allergen-free. It also claims
the ingredient can be added without altering the taste or smell of the
chocolate product. The company says it is a ready-to-use formulation that is
added to the fat during manufacturing, such as the cocoa powder, sugar, or
powdered milk.
Vitiva's Inolens is a range of odour-reduced rosemary
extracts for slowing the oxidation of foods.The market for rosemary extracts is already healthy.
Suspicion over chemical-derived synthetic preservatives has pushed food makers
to source natural preservatives such as rosemary extract instead, and market
analysts Global Information pitch the global food preservative market at
€422.7bn, reaching €522bn by 2008.

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