New burst release innovation from TasteTech
At Fi Europe, microencapsulation specialist TasteTech showcases new innovation that ensures an intense flavour release of flavours and sweeteners
TasteTech, specialist manufacturer of controlled release flavourings and ingredients, will be showcasing a burst release innovation at Food Ingredients Europe in Paris.
At their manufacturing plant in England, TasteTech has developed and trialled a process of uniting sweetener, flavourings and colours to produce small particles which burst with your chosen flavour when chewed. The shearing action and readily dissolved particles ensure an intense release of the flavour and sweeteners chosen.
Developed over 18 months, the novel delivery system can incorporate any combination of encapsulated sweeteners, acids and flavours for both burst and sustained release, providing a multi-functional, visually appealing product. TasteTech is confident that many of their customers both in the UK and overseas will be very excited to trial this in their own applications.
Dr Gary Gray, Technical Manager for TasteTech, says: “This technology and process can be integrated in multiple sectors including chewing gum and confectionery. At FIE, we will be showcasing peppermint breath fresh tablets, and we welcome people to come and sample this burst release innovation.”
TasteTech is proud to design and develop products with customers in a wide variety of applications including bakery, confectionery, chewing gum, beverage and sports nutrition to ensure that the end result is one of maximum satisfaction for both their customers and the end consumer.
TasteTech invites people to visit their stand (1B61) throughout FiE to sample this innovation for themselves. Alternatively visit www.tastetech.com.
TasteTech was incorporated in August 1992 and commenced trading in November that same year. Together with a number of colleagues, Roger Sinton set up TasteTech to develop microencapsulation techniques and quickly became pioneers in the field. All equipment was designed in-house and built locally to meet specific processing requirements. During the last 19 years, the team has helped solve countless food processing and manufacturing problems for its customers.
For 3 years, TasteTech has successfully maintained British Retail Consortium (BRC) grade A status for its quality management systems and processes. This is in addition to holding both ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 certifications.
Today, TasteTech supplies its products to over 30 countries world-wide and continues to focus on growth through research and development.
TasteTech - 1B61