Inulin is found in plant foods as a water-soluble dietary fiber and is a known probiotic. Inulin has many researched benefits, including weight, cholesterol, and blood sugar support.
IMO Stands for Isomaltooligosaccharide. IMO Fiber is a mixture of short-chain carbohydrates and has a digestion-resistant property. Isomalto-oligosaccharides are a normal part of the human diet and occur naturally in fermented foods – such as rice miso, soy sauce, and sake. IMO can be a
Our Pea Fiber is USDA / NOP Organic Certified. It is low in fat and has no taste or smell. Pea Fiber is the natural way to increase fiber without effecting texture or taste.
Pea fiber can also help decrease the fat content of your product, since it has such a low fat content, and work as a
Our Inulin from Jerusalem Artichoke - extracted by Hot Water Extraction, Ion Exchange Purification, and Spray Drying.
Our Jerusalem Artichoke Inulin is both USDA Organic Certified and NON-GMO Project Verified.
It has the characteristics of soluble fiber and oligosaccharides and can be
Supplied as a Liquid Mixture, our Liquid Inulin / FOS can be used as a sweetener in foods and beverages.
Our Fructooligosaccharide (FOS) is extracted from Jerusalem Artichoke by Hot Water Extraction, Ion Exchange Purification, and Spray Drying. Both Inulin and FOS are all natural and USDA
Adding Soy Fiber to your product will not alter characteristics such as taste and texture. There are many healthy benefits related to soluble and insoluble fiber, that is backed up by research. Because of the health and application benefits of Fiber, it can be used in a variety of applications
Our Agave Inulin is an organic sweetener. As a food ingredient, it is increasingly used to add fiber to formulations and improve the taste and texture of lower calorie products by serving as a fat mimetic and sugar substitute.
Imagine your products like meat or soup with lower fat and/or