17 January 2019 | News
Newest addition to BactoCEASE product line offers organic alternative
Kemin Industries, a leading provider of shelf-life extension and food safety solutions for the food and beverage industries, recently added BactoCEASE NV OR Liquid, an organic buffered vinegar solution, to its food safety product line. As an alternative to traditionally used synthetic preservatives, the BactoCEASE line of buffered-vinegar-based products helps meat, poultry, fish and deli-salad manufacturers offer safe, clean-label products.
"The addition of a Certisys certified organic version of BactoCEASE NV OR Liquid in our product selection is a response to the growing European organic food market," said Kelly De Vadder, Marketing Manager, Kemin Food Technologies – EMEA.
"The market is set to reach USD $39.04 billion by 2020 with a compound annual growth rate of close to seven percent. Denmark, Switzerland, the UK and France account for the biggest growth rate and market share."
BactoCEASE NV products are effective in extending shelf life by controlling spoilage bacteria growth without negatively impacting the texture or flavor of the finished product.
About Kemin Industries
Kemin Industries is a global ingredient manufacturer with a focus on improving the quality of life for over 3.8 billion people each day with more than 500 specialty ingredients made for the human and animal health, pet food, nutraceutical, food technology, crop technologies and textile industries.
For over half a century, Kemin has been dedicated to using applied science to address industry challenges and offers product solutions to customers in more than 120 countries. Kemin provides ingredients to feed a growing population with its commitment to the quality, safety and efficacy of food, feed and health-related products.
Established in 1961, Kemin is a privately-held, family-owned and operated company with more than 2,800 employees globally and operations in 90 countries, including manufacturing facilities in Belgium, Brazil, China, India, Italy, Russia, Singapore, South Africa and the United States.