Our goal was to create an alternative to the classic puffed cereals or flakes, maintaining the nutritional benefits and the characteristic taste. We are therefore proud to present five new “crunchies” for our Impulses range: Oat, Rye, Barley, Spelt and Buckwheat.
Puffed, in Flakes or Crunchy?
Naturis’ process enables us to obtain a crispy cereal maintaining the integrity of the single grains. From a nutritional point of view, this transformation to “crunchy” reduces the carbohydrate content while unaltering the percentages of protein and fiber. Moreover, the reduction of the carbohydrates % result in a lower glycemic index .
Compared to the flakes, the crunchy cereal remains crispier even when getting in contact with liquids, while compared to the puffed, the taste remains balanced and fragrant.
Thus, the crunchy cereals are suitable for many applications such as: bakery, muesli, energy bars, or as topping for soups, salads, cakes, or ice cream. Also perfect for as an inclusion on chocolate bars.
Three in one…
We will also present the new products from the BestMatchin’ range. The black rice Pre Gel flour and, the real star: the ‘Cream Maker’, a pre-gel rice flour with two key properties.
The natural ‘fat mimetic’
The superb capacity to enhance creaminess and to work as a thickening agent.
The ‘cream maker’ flour helps to contain fat content, intensifying and improving the emulsifying properties, without altering the taste. This flour matches all the requirements of clean label, gluten free and vegan products. Perfect for risotto.
The Nerone (Black) rice flour…
The latest entry in the range, the Nerone rice flour, rich in anti-oxidants such as anthocyanins, anti-ageing and anti-free radicals. As usual, keeping an eye on clean label, gluten free and vegan market trends. Its versatility leads to the most various end uses such as bakery, to risottos or velouté soups.
New quick cooking beans
Our ReadyToDo range keeps growing with the launch of two new products:
THE MUNG BEANS
They are highly nourishing and an excellent source of vegetable protein. With a 35% of protein content, they are perfect for people that practice intensive sport or follow vegan or vegetarian diets.
Rich in fiber, vitamins A, C and E, minerals such as phosphorus, magnesium, iron and calcium, but low in fat and calories. They also contain Omega 3, omega 6 and isoflavones.
THE ADZUKI BEANS
They are rich in potassium, magnesium, manganese, iron, copper, molybdenum and zinc and also fiber and protein. Naturally low in fat content, adzuki beans also have a good quantity of folic acid, and vitamin B1, B2, B3 and B6.
We look forward to see you at the Fie in Frankfurt, from 22 November in the online version and from 30 November to 2 December in person.