5th April 2023 Content supplied by: Crespel & Deiters Group
Crespel & Deiters Group Opens US Subsidiary
German Crespel & Deiters Group, European wheat processors, have entered the US market with a newly founded subsidiary: Crespel & Deiters Food USA LP. The offer comprises a range of in-house produced non-GMO functional wheat-based ingredients as well as application-oriented manufacturing expertise from Loryma, the Group's food specialist. This way, they want to help manufacturers to respond to the increasing demand for sustainable plant-based products such as authentic meat alternatives.
With the founding of the American subsidiary in Chicago, Illinois, the Crespel & Deiters Group is making its functional wheat-based ingredients available to industrial customers in North America. Two experienced sales staff have been recruited to look after existing customers as well as new ones. To keep the delivery times short, local storage capacities have been installed.
In Europe, the owner-managed group of companies is one of the leading manufacturers of wheat starches and wheat proteins. They are characterised by a unique value chain that combines the entire process train under one roof, resulting in premium quality wheat ingredients. In the field of plant-based alternatives for animal products, such as egg and meat substitutes, the technological advantages offer significant benefits.
For example, the wheat texturates of the Lory® Tex range, in combination with wheat-based binders, provide an authentic meat-like texture and offer a lot of room for individual new end product design. The system solutions offered, for example, breading and hydrolysates for protein enrichment, can be combined. Application experts at Loryma can support customers with application concepts, inspiration, and assistance with product development.
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Date Published: 5th April 2023
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