Low-salt product launched for processed meat

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Flavour manufacturer joins forces with salt producer

Related tags: New product development, Salt, Sodium chloride

Vacuum salt producer AkzoNobel Salt Specialties has joined forces with flavour manufacturer Givaudan to design a low-sodium ingredient to replace salt in processed meat.

The one-to-one salt replacer, Suprasel OneGrain TS-M100, is designed to look, taste, flow, blend and dissolve in the same way as regular salt.

Using AkzoNobel's OneGrain technology, the new product combines salt, potassium chloride and flavour in each single grain, ensuring the same processing and storage properties as regular salt. It can help manufacturers reduce sodium by up to 40% in a broad range of processed meat products.

"This easy-to-use solution will simplify new product development, reducing time to market for low-sodium processed meat without compromising on taste and food safety,"​ says Jan Svärd, md of AkzoNobel Functional Chemicals.

Mauricio Graber, president, Flavour Division of Givaudan, says: "Through this partnership we have been able to combine Givaudan's flavour expertise with AkzoNobel's salt delivery technology to create a product which brings additional performance benefits to processed meat manufacturers."

Contact: AkzoNobel Salt Specialties

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