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Barentz expands upcycled ingredient portfolio with new partnership

By Food in Canada Staff   

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Barentz signs a distribution agreement with Crush Dynamics

Barentz signs a distribution agreement with Crush Dynamics, which specializes in advanced fermentation technology and upcycled ingredients. This collaboration aims to leverage Crush Dynamics’ proprietary ingredients to enhance “flavour profiles, nutritional value, and sustainability” for Barentz customers.

“We are excited to be working with Crush Dynamics to bring their innovative and certified-upcycled ingredients to food and beverage manufactures in North America.” said Andrea Carlson, president of human nutrition, Barentz North America. “Through Barentz’s offering of Crush Dynamics’ unique portfolio, we will help clients sustainably, and successfully, reduce salt and/or sugar, boost nutritional content, and optimize overall taste and liking of formulas.”

“It’s a privilege to work with innovators like Barentz who are delivering on the promise of upcycling for food producer customers globally. Our mission is to enable our customers to deliver healthier formulations cost effectively by using our multi-function, natural, upcycled ingredients. We are pleased to be working with Barentz to accomplish this mission,” said Kirk Moir, CEO of Crush Dynamics.

Crush Dynamics transforms agricultural residuals into high-performance bioactive food ingredients. Through patented fermentation processes, it creates ingredients that are expected to drive taste preferences while lowering sodium and sugar simultaneously in a wide variety of food formulations, including sauce and savoury applications.

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