Ingredion offers answers to today's top trends

Ingredion offers answers to today's top trends

IFT display will feature ingredients and capabilities that produce consumer-preferred products.

Ingredion Inc., a leading global provider of ingredient solutions to diversified industries, will present innovative solutions that address top trends through prototypes and live demonstrations at the 2014 Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Annual Meeting and Food Expo in New Orleans on June 22 to 24 at the Morial Convention Center, booth #3641. 

IFT brings together the world’s top food professionals to discover new learnings. Given this global scope, Ingredion will present its solutions focused on the top trends driving industry growth including:

  • Authenticity
  • Back to basics
  • Better for you snacking
  • Global variety
  • Holistic health

“We maintain a keen focus on consumer trends to ensure that the solutions we deliver to our manufacturing partners helps them to differentiate and win at retail,” said Marco Villone, vice president of marketing, U.S. and Canada with Ingredion Inc. “By truly partnering with our customers, we not only bring them novel ingredients, but through our DIAL-IN® technology, help them to meet specific goals, ensuring that their products formulated with our ingredient solutions meet consumers’ taste, texture and sweetness expectations.”

The company's broad portfolio of nutritional ingredients, nutritive and non-nutritive sweeteners and specialty starches—to include new offerings—will be featured in a menu of prototypes. Select samples will be produced through LIVE demonstrations throughout the show alongside leading Louisiana Chef, John Folse from R’Evolution restaurant in New Orleans, who will be preparing his gold standard dishes and comparing them to the same recipes commercialized by the CULINOLOGY team.


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