Cargill plant protein solutions satisfy consumers' hunger for protein-enriched and label-friendly foods and drinks
With the world’s population growing and consumer aspirations shifting towards healthier and more sustainable diets, the demand for plant-based proteins is booming.
Label-friendly and functional
Cargill’s cost-competitive plant proteins help formulators achieve consumer-pleasing taste and mouthfeel, with enhanced nutritional profiles. In today’s marketplace, our familiar, plant-based and sustainably grown protein ingredients appeal to consumers seeking label-friendly protein-enriched foods and beverages. All our protein solutions boast a robust protein content and are compatible with vegetarian/vegan diets.
Satisfying and nourishing, protein's functional benefits are being leveraged in virtually all major food and beverage categories. They can contribute to texture, machinability, shelf life and more – making them a valuable addition to product formulas.
Healthy and nutritional
Proteins are often referred to as the building blocks of life. Composed of amino acids, these components can help create muscle mass and can support bone health. Foods high in protein also seem to make us feel more satiated than foods high in fats or carbohydrates.
With all these benefits, it is no surprise consumers want to add protein to their diet, and manufacturers want to include them in their recipes.
We offer pea protein solutions answering to manufacturers’ functional needs and to consumer aspirations.
These affordable, plant-sourced proteins provide functional and nutritional benefits and can be easily incorporated into a wide variety of food applications thanks to their neutral flavor profile. Cargill’s offer includes:
Sustainably sourced corn and wheat
We work towards the creation of a more sustainable crop supply for our ingredients, including wheat.
Lecithin for Bread & Dough
We offer high quality lecithin solutions suitable for bread and dough.
Plant-based Protein White Paper
Plant-based products are rising to a whole new level of consumer interest and popularity, while prompting key strides in new product development.
Some Cargill products are only approved for use in certain geographies, end uses, and/or at certain usage levels. It is the customer's responsibility to determine, for a particular geography, that (i) the Cargill product, its use and usage levels, (ii) the customer's product and its use, and (iii) any claims made about the customer's product, all comply with applicable laws and regulations.