Corbion plant preps for more organic foods growth
Published: August 1, 2019
Category: Organic News, The Organic & Non-GMO Report Newsletter
Global ingredient solution leader Corbion recently certified as organic, through Oregon Tilth, another of its production facilities. The move comes as demand continues to rise for organic foods.
The Blair, Nebraska plant—operating as Purac America, Inc.—produces vinegar- and lactic acid-based ingredient products.
“In the age of the Internet and social media, consumers are focused like never before on what’s in the foods they eat, whether they are safe and healthy, and how they impact the planet,” said Ruud Peerbooms, senior vice president, Corbion. “We want to make sure our customers can count on us to help them meet that demand.”
Amsterdam-based Corbion, expert in natural fermentation processes and supplier of lactic acid, emulsifiers and other food and bakery ingredients, helps solve pressing food industry challenges including food waste and safety of the global food supply.
Corbion has other organic certified facilities in Kansas and New Jersey.
Source: Sustainable Food News
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