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Canada Approves Tate & Lyle’s Soluble Corn Fiber As Food/Beverage Ingredient

July 25, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
British food ingredients Manufacturer Tate & Lyle said its soluble corn fiber product has won approval in Canada as a source of dietary fiber. PROMITOR Fiber 70 and 85, available in powder and liquid form, can be used by food formulators to bring functional benefits of fiber fortification into their food and drink products, the company said. The Canadian approval validates the claim that the corn fiber product offers physiological and health benefits. PROMITOR is low in viscosity and is stable in processing, heat and pH, making it appropriate for fiber fortification of fruit drinks, meal replacements, bars, cereal, snacks and dairy.
"Tate & Lyle’s PROMITOR® Soluble Corn Fiber Receives Approval in Canada", Tate & Lyle , July 25, 2013, © Tate & Lyle
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