Organic Functional Ingredients & Organic Potato Starch: Bakery applications

In many cases organic food differs from conventional only in that the raw material is from organic farming. The processing might be exactly the same. However there are some important restrictions in the organic regulation due to which there are challenges in organic food development. The most notable are much shorter list of accepted additives…

Aloja Organic Bakery Webinar 26.6.2020

The Webinar will be held on 26.6.2020 at 14.00-15.00 GMT (This is the same Webinar that was held on 17.6.2020.) 14.00-15.00 GMT (Greenwich) 15.00-16.00 CET (Centrale Europe) 9.00-10.00 EDT (New York) Browse down to register. In many cases organic food differs from conventional only in that the raw material is from organic farming. The processing…

Organic potato starch – is there enough and where does it come from?

A growing organic market with limited supply In a growing market like organic food – which is transforming itself from a very small niche into a part of the mainstream – supply issues are a little different. The organic market has grown 10% year-on-year for several decades now and the main food trends seem to…

Starches as alternative to some additives

Consumers expect organic products to contain additives as little as possible or none at all. The organic standards allow for using a limited number of additives but in most cases it is worth considering if even those could be avoided. Also manufacturers of conventional food are increasingly meeting the same challenges as consumers are more…