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Roquette Introduces Pea Protein Product That Avoids Odor, Flavor Problems

May 4, 2010: 08:16 PM EST
French starch processing company Roquette says it has overcome a major drawback to the use of pea proteins in vegetable-derived products for high-protein dairy, dietary and sports food applications: odor and flavor. The company’s Nutralys S85F product, which is 85 percent pea protein, overcomes taste and odor problems, offering more neutral sensory notes than other pea proteins, thanks to a special technology. The company says the result is that more of the product can be used in food formulations. Nutralys is non-GMO, nutritious, easily digestible and comes from a reliable, traced source, the company says. Laboratoire PYC has developed a meal replacement recipe in which 100 percent of the milk protein usually used was replaced by Nutralys S85F. The result, according to Roquette, was “outstanding.”
"Roquette Succeeds in Optimising Pea Protein Product", Nutrition Horizon, May 04, 2010, © CNS Media BV
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