20th October 2021 Product update: newprotein staff writer
Loryma Launches Line of Wheat-Based Pre-mixes for DIY Vegan Burgers and Nuggets
Loryma, a Crespel & Deiters Group B2B brand of wheat-based food ingredients, has launched a line of special premixes for consumers that want to prepare their own vegan meat alternatives at home.
These premixes are a great opportunity for manufacturers that want to tap into three trends at the same time: clean label, vegan proteins, and convenience. As with classic cookie mixes, they were designed for convenience and ease of use. They only need to be mixed with water in a bowl, with the possible addition of diced vegetables or herbs. When the preparation is ready, it can be shaped into patties, cevapcici, breaded cutlets, nuggets etc.
Loryma’s premixes come with a clean label and a protein content comparable to animal meat, but with less saturated fatty acids and more dietary fibre. Being a dry product, is also has a longer shelf life than ready-to-use meat analogues from the chilled counter and takes up less space.
Loryma has other wheat-based ingredients in its portfolio. Earlier this year, it launched Lory® Bind, a system of two binding agents based on wheat and fava beans. The brand also has a range of wheat proteins called Lory® Tex. Both product lines are odourless and tasteless, allowing consumers to experiment with their seasoning of choice without the interference of off-notes.
Loryma has been a pioneering partner for international food companies for more than 40 years. Its wheat-based food ingredients, optimise the stability, texture and flavour in different categories: meat and fish, vegetarian, vegan, baked goods, and confectionery.
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Date Published: 20th October 2021
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