Multiflour and MFH-Pulses developed new plant protein product: FabaTex®60
By combining knowledge and creativity Multiflour and MFH-Pulses jointly developed a new product in the field of plant protein: FabaTex®60.
FabaTex®60, a textured fababean protein, is dry extruded (no water losses) and has a content of 60% protein. This new plant protein is produced without additives. All these qualities make FabaTex®60 perfectly suitable as a protein source for meat substitutes and as an adequate alternative for soy.
MFH-Pulses is expert in the field of pulses and their applications whereas Multiflour, member of Foodvalley, has thorough knowledge of the market of innovative food ingredients as well as substantiated expertise in the field of production processes, nutrients, sustainability, agronomics and food chains. A successful combination which lead to the development of FabaTex®60.
FabaTex®60 - Plant protein with a high protein content
FabaTex®60 is ideally suitable as a protein source for meat substitutes and is an adequate alternative for soy. But that is not the only thing. Due to its high protein content of 60% - in which all 11 essential amino acids are present – this new plant protein FabaTex®60 can be used in a wide variation of applications.
By the launch of FabaTex®60, Multiflour and MPF respond to the growing demand for sustainable, clean-label produced plant proteins.
FabaTex®60 is one of the most sustainable protein texturates because:
- no additives are used;
- no nitrogen fertilization takes place;
- production is based on dry extrusion (no water losses);
- fababeans are grown in the EU;
- the production process is clean label;
- the production location is centrally located in North West Europe.