Friday, September 22, 2023

Loryma expands portfolio of high-protein crispies Lory® IsoCrisp with wheat variant

Ingredients specialist Loryma is expanding its Lory® IsoCrisp range with a wheat-based variant.

The crispy extruded product consists of wheat protein, wheat starch, rice flour and small amounts of cocoa powder.

With 71g per 100g, the crispies are rich in protein while containing little sugar and saturated fatty acids. This means they not only add a pleasant crunch to high-protein, low-carb and sports nutrition products such as biscuits, bars, muesli and granola, but also promise a plant protein boost.

Manufacturers can also offer the vegan crispies, which have a diameter of about two millimetres, in their original form – for example, as crunchy additions to muesli.

The new Lory® IsoCrisp variety is made from European wheat, has a neutral taste and can be individually flavoured.

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