Clean label is moving beyond being a trend to becoming a standard expectation from consumers who want to know what they are eating and where it comes from. They are demanding transparency and want to understand an ingredient’s origin and reputation.
Label-Friendly Resource Center
Cargill is here to help our customers meet consumer demand by offering a growing portfolio of label-friendly ingredient solutions.
Dry corn ingredients bring versatility, flavor and nutritional benefits to a wide range of baked goods.
Label-friendly solutions to make products with more consumer-friendly textures and flavors.
The door is increasingly open for innovation in the bakery and cookie category.
Cargill ingredients can help your bakery product earn a consumer-pleasing cleaner label.
"Clean label" is the buzzword of the moment in the food and beverage industry.
Stevia-containing beverages hit the sweet spot.
These beverages cater to those modern consumers who are often looking for healthier on the-go drinks.
TREHA® trehalose is a non-reducing disaccharide that offers unique functionality as compared to other saccharides used in beverages.
The new SimPure™ portfolio of functional native starches offers food and beverage manufacturers a label-friendly solution, together with greater process tolerance, shelf life and storage stability.
For today’s label-conscious consumer, simple recipes and recognizable ingredients are no longer enough. Increasingly, consumers want to know how those ingredients were produced. It’s a movement that has sparked a return to familiar ingredients, including basic starches.
Michelle Kozora leads Cargill’s team of food science professionals focused on starches. With more than 20 years of experience, she’s helped hundreds of companies achieve their product formulation goals.
Sales of these dairy case favorites are expected to continue to increase.
When shoppers see pectin on an ingredient label, they may be flooded with memories of their Grandmother’s sweet strawberry jam. But this versatile ingredient has changed drastically over the past decade.
This brochure highlights our customized formulation solutions for food and beverage manufacturers.
Instead of sourcing multiple ingredients from multiple suppliers, let our experts formulate a custom, label-friendly Texturizing System for you.
Cargill can supply you with the label-friendly ingredients you need to satisfy consumer demand for nutrient-packed snacks.
Experts predict continued growth in this category for several years.
Extruded snacks offer manufacturers distinct opportunities to capitalize on today's hottest trends.
Label-Friendly Ingredients for Sweetening & Texturizing:
Cargill is a supplier of canola lecithin. Canola lecithin may be used in a wide variety of food applications, including chocolate and confectionery, bakery and convenience foods.
Our knowledgeable technical applications team can help you successfully integrate functional Custom Texturizing Systems in existing food and beverage products or in new product development.
Cargill offers a diverse selection of label-friendly, nature-derived texturizers.
MaizeWise® whole grain corn products, such as corn flour, can directly replace existing ingredients, or blend with them, while helping deliver 100% whole grain nutrition. Product varieties include corn flour, corn meal and masa flour.
Oliggo-Fiber® chicory root fiber helps food and beverage manufacturers capitalize on key consumer trends, such as clean label and sugar reduction, without affecting taste and texture.
Pectin is an ingredient and a natural component of plants that is especially abundant in apples and citrus fruits.
A leader in both full-fat and defatted soy protein products, Cargill soy proteins offer the cost advantages that vegetable proteins have over animal proteins.
ViaTech® stevia sweeteners are high performance ingredients that help food and beverage manufacturers achieve optimal taste and sweetness at higher usage levels.
Xanthan gum is a polysaccharide widely used for its unique ability to control the rheological properties of a wide range of food products.
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.