Roquette, the French plant-based ingredients specialist, has obtained the Non-GMO Project Verified certification for its NUTRALYS and NUTRIOSE food ingredients.
The Non-GMO Project offers independent verification for products made under rigorous best practices for avoidance of genetically modified organisms.
The plant-based NUTRIOSE range offers soluble fibres solutions for both food and beverage applications. It offers various health benefits and its neutral taste helps preserve the original flavour of food and beverage products.
NUTRALYS pea protein has high nutritional and functional properties, plus a pleasant taste. The vast range makes it possible to formulate numerous delicious food and beverage products, the company said.
Jatin Sharma, Global Food Market Manager at Roquette, said: “The demand for Non-GMO food ingredients is increasing and today’s consumers want to know what their food contains. Transparency and traceability have become a requirement for all.
“The Non-GMO Project Verified label is the most trusted standard of excellence for GMO avoidance available today.
“This certification underscores our commitment to develop reliable ingredients that can be used in developing food and beverage products that are safe, healthy and delicious.”