Suntava, Minsa to make masa flour for chips, tortillas

Suntava, Minsa to make masa flour for chips, tortillas

Companies will produce a purple corn chip and table tortilla masa flour ready-made for companies that do not cook their own corn.

Suntava Inc., developer of Suntava Purple Corn, have announced a partnership with masa flour pioneer Minsa Corp.

Working together, the two companies will produce a purple corn chip and table tortilla masa flour ready-made for companies that do not cook their own corn. Soon to be available worldwide, the product will be a combination of the high-quality masa for which Minsa is known and the super-high in antioxidant Suntava purple corn.

The purple corn being used is non-GMO, gluten-free, grown in the U.S., as well as being “nature’s healthiest, highest antioxidant corn.” And as mentioned in an earlier release, Suntava purple corn will also soon become available as certified organic.

And with consumer research showing that a major driver for increased sales being new and novel “healthier for you” ingredients—Suntava’s purple corn is ideally suited to meet this need.

Minsa, known for its masa flour preparation process, has locations in Texas and Iowa. The company was born in the early 1950s as part of the Mexican government’s agribusiness complex. Through the years in between, it has followed market trends to provide its customers with innovative and healthy products.

 

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