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A new way to fulfill the need for fiber

Today’s consumers know that fiber is good for digestive health and can support weight management. Yet studies show fiber consumption is only at about 40% of the U.S. Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee goal (2010).

You can help consumers find the higher-fiber products they seek and enjoy fiber’s health benefits with new VERSAFIBE™ dietary fibers. This new family of insoluble fibers won’t impact the taste, texture or color of your products. So you can provide a great eating experience in higher-fiber bakery products, cereals, snacks and pastas and introduce fiber in unexpected places, including:

  • Cookies and bars
  • Breakfast cookies
  • Pretzels
  • Bakery dry mixes
  • Tortillas
  • Frozen meals

Your products can stand out in the marketplace with claims like “good source of fiber” or “excellent source of fiber” as well as “gluten-free.”  With some VERSAFIBEdietary fibers, you can also promote “grain-free” on your labels. And health-conscious consumers will appreciate potential calorie and carbohydrate reduction.           

Choose from two VERSAFIBE™ dietary fiber varieties:

VERSAFIBE1490 dietary fiber

  • Potato-based
  • Resistant starch
  • Low water-holding capacity
  • Improves texture of crackers, cereals, pastas and snacks
  • Grain-free

VERSAFIBE2470 dietary fiber

  • Corn-based
  • Resistant starch
  • High process tolerance
  • Exceptional fiber retention
  • Ideal for applications including those with high-temperature and shear processing
  • Improves expansion in extruded products

Ease of use makes VERSAFIBE™ dietary fibers a good choice for getting high-fiber products to market quickly and efficiently. You’ll enjoy water-holding capacity similar to that of wheat flour for processing ease. You can also realize higher fiber fortification at a reduced cost-in-use.

Help fill the "fiber gap" - deliciously

VERSAFIBE™ dietary fibers let you create high-fiber foods without compromising taste and texture.

Explore fiber without drawbacks

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