Why is fibre important?

If we look at the definition given by famous MayoClinic, dietary fiber includes the parts of plant foods body can’t digest or absorb. Fibre passes relatively intact through stomach, small intestine and colon and out of body. Insoluble fibre promotes the movement of material through digestive system and increases stool bulk.

Your answer to high fiber in bread

Fibradan® is a non-gmo gluten-free fiber with properties making it an excellent source of fiber for the baking industry. Fibradan® is a truly 100% Natural fiber made without the use of any processing additives or chemical compounds . The high fiber content is accomplished by a unique cleaning process. Fibradan® has a very high content of dietary fibers, about…

AAFCO pulse definitions

2016: Here is an overview from the AAFCO meeting; 60.113, 114, 115, 116 Pulse Definitions including Lentil language 60.113 Pulse fiber consists primarily of the outer coverings and/or hull of pulse crops derived from pulse dry milling. Pulse crops include the edible seeds of legumes (excluding oil seeds). Acceptable pulse crops are listed below. The product must…

Vestkorn purchases the pea activities of DLG Ingredients

Vestkorn will take over all the pea activities at DLG Ingredients in Durup. Vestkorn does this in order to extend their position as the leading producer in Europe of protein, starch and fiber of pulse concentrates. By this purchase, Vestkorn extends the product portfolio with the production of split peas and becomes the biggest producer…

Vestkorn pea fiber pellet

NEW!! Pea fiber pellets

From January 2015 Vestkorn is offering pea fiber in pellets. Vestkorn pea fiber pellets is a 100% Natural product – not processed by the use of chemicals. Pelletising of pea fiber adds several advantages: Increased product safety Cheaper logistics Reduces space needed in your storage facility Easier to handle Less dust SAFETY As the hull of…