Danish ingredients producer partners with Daymer as exclusive UK distributor

By William Dodds

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Agrain produces spent grain flour for the bread and baked goods category. Credit: Agrain
Agrain produces spent grain flour for the bread and baked goods category. Credit: Agrain

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Denmark-based ingredients manufacturer Agrain has announced a new strategic partnership with UK distribution company Daymer Ingredients.

Specialists in partnering with ingredient manufacturers from across Europe and around the world, Daymer will serve as Agrain’s exclusive distribution partner in the UK.

This alliance marks the first time that Agrain has extended its footprint into the UK, where it will focus on supplying ingredients for the bread and baked goods category. Producing up-cycled ingredients that are designed to elevate the quality and sustainability of baked goods, Agrain hopes to capitalise on the growing consumer demand for environmentally friendly and healthy products.

This strategic partnership will see a range of Agrain's flagship ingredients – spent grain flour – distributed within the UK. Agrain works with spent grains based on a definite gastronomic value set, which it claims ensures that the flour boosts nutrition and imparts numerous technical properties to the formulation of recipes.

Founder and CEO at Agrain, Aviaja Riemann-Andersen, said that the company was thrilled to announce the new partnership with Daymer, forming “a collaboration that underscores our commitment to transforming not only the bread and baked goods industry but the general food industry and expands our reach to the UK​”.

"Agrain's innovative up-cycled ingredients, combined with Daymer's distribution prowess, will empower businesses in this sector to meet the rising demand for sustainable and health-conscious options​,” added Riemann-Andersen.

Daymer provides high-quality raw materials that focus on functional benefits, clear labels and sustainability claims to a range of food manufacturers. The firm’s director, James Brace, said that he was looking forward to the collaboration with Agrain, as it would allow them to “deliver their innovative ingredients solutions to our B2B customers in the UK​”.

"Agrain's dedication to quality and sustainability aligns seamlessly with our values, and we believe this partnership will drive success and innovation in the UK food industry​,” Brace continued.

“We aim to redefine the landscape with high-quality, sustainable ingredients."

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