Vestkorn – a part of DSM from 16. December 

Royal DSM became the owner of Vestkorn with effect from 16.December. The acquisition is a further step in DSM’s strategy to build an alternative protein business and will provide synergy with DSM’s innovative CanolaPRO™ rapeseed protein isolate, which will commercially launch next year. Together with DSM, Vestkorn will increase the global reach and further strengthen the…

Vestkorn to launch the next generation textured pea protein at FI Europe

Next week Vestkorn exhibiting at FI Europe 2021, Frankfurt 29 Nov-2.Dec. You are welcome to visit us at stand 31D161. The great news is that Vestkorn – the leading European producer of healthy, sustainable, non-GMO ingredients – is now launching an even better textured pea chunks. Vestkorn Textured protein P6511C is nothing less than the next generation textured pea protein! Good…

Vestkorn at FI Europe CONNECT, 23 November – 4 December

FI Europe is an important arena for the food and beverage industry to meet up with customers, potential customers, gain more insight about market trends and to see what’s new developments in the food sector. Global health & safety measures and travel restrictions due to Covid-19 has transformed this year’s exhibition and conference to an…

How much gluten do you accept in your pea protein?

Are you happy with an analysis verifying below 20ppm gluten in your pea- and faba protein? We think you shouldn´t. If you want to secure the food you produce is gluten-free in every bite, you better look beyond the analysis. If a representative sample says <20ppm gluten, it may well be that some of the…

Vestkorn off-grade from cleaner

Do you want this in your pea protein?

Peas and beans are typically rotation crops. And most farmers growing legumes also grow grains. Further much of the same equipments, storage and system of transportation are used. Therefore one should always expect to have a certain amount of contamination of grains, as well as other impurities, when buying legumes from a farmer. #Vestkorn has…