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Salt Reduction Ingredient Wins IFT Innovation Award

July 15, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
British specialty food ingredients provider Tate & Lyle’s SODA-LO salt microspheres won the Institute of Food Technologists Food Expo innovation award. The product is made of salt, but uses a unique technology that transforms standard salt crystals into free-flowing hollow crystalline microspheres that deliver salty taste by maximizing surface area relative to volume. Food manufacturers can use the product to meet lower salt requirements without compromising the taste or functionality of their products, according to the company. The product has been used to reduce sodium content 25 to 50 percent in breads, peanuts, popcorn, crackers, chips, French fries and seasoned meat.
"Tate & Lyle’s SODA-LO Salt Microspheres Wins 2013 Institute of Food Technologists Innovation Award", News release, Tate & Lyle, July 15, 2013, © Tate & Lyle
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