Kemin Industries unveils new bakery and snack guide

The ingredient producer has released its latest interactive guide for manufacturers to utilize.
Zachary Russell
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Kemin Industries, a manufacturer of private label ingredients, has added a new interactive feature: a digital bakery and snack guide.

The guide for bakery and snack producers, including those in private label, aims to help users learn more about clean label solutions to ensure products stay fresher longer and succeed in the market. Known for its digital tools, Kemin recently appointed Art Posch to the position of platform development manager for bakery production.

“In the snack and bakery category, products that are formulated with fewer ingredients but still offer high nutritional value, such as reduced fat and increased proteins and fiber content, continue to grow in popularity,” said Courtney Schwartz, marketing director at Kemin Food Technologies – North America. “Fats and oils are key components in many baking and snack formulations and finding clean-label solutions to protect product quality and shelf life is critical to manufacturers. Kemin’s new interactive guide highlights a variety of ways producers can replace undesirable ingredients with effective clean-label solutions to ensure products stay as fresh as possible for as long as possible.”

The Kemin interactive bakery and snack guide shows how the right clean label solution can provide stability to private label products while meeting a brand’s goals for clean, simple labels. These benefits include:

  • Retaining the fresh appearance and sensory qualities of snack foods by delaying oxidation and extending shelf life with Kemin plant extract blends
  • Extending the shelf life and maintaining the texture of baked goods while reducing microbes and mold, with Kemin mold inhibitors and food safety ingredients
  • Maintaining the texture and quality of tortillas, with Kemin’s full range of label-friendly dough conditioners, enzyme blends and batch packs to create products that stay soft, moist and pliable throughout their shelf life

The interactive guide can be found here.

Established in 1961, Kemin is a privately held, family-owned-and-operated company with more than 3,000 global employees and operations in 90 countries, including manufacturing facilities in Belgium, Brazil, China, Egypt, India, Italy, Russia, San Marino, Singapore, South Africa and the United States.