Corman, the world's leading supplier of butters and milk fats to the food industry, has launched three websites aimed at informing industry and consumer customers about its products.
The websites, which aim to inform prospective customers about the company and its products, provide specific information about butters, cream and other dairy products which are relevant to a host of ingredients applications.
The first site, www.corman.be, presents online know-how andproducts for a variety of food manufacturers and is split into three individual sections.
Corman Food Industry offers functional butter ingredients for puff pastry and laminated dough, biscuits, chocolate, sandwich making, ready meals, dairy products and many more applications for the food industry. The site links to direct e-mailas well as allowing visitors easily to a variety of other customer solutions.
For the food service, Corman Professional gives advice, services and information to bakers and confectioners, and also to anybody involved in food production. It will beperiodically updated with new recipes and promotions and also features a monthly baker-pastrychef.
Aimed at consumers, Corman Consumers presents its expertise in milk fat which is integrated in innovative products development: butters, creams, low-cholesterol and low-fat cheeses. It is accessible in three languages - French, English and Dutch.
For more details about its consumer range of goods, Corman has also designed two websites dedicated to its brands sold on the Belgian market: Balade and Carlsbourg. Described as fun and user-friendly, these sites are dedicated to consumers of retail products.
The www.carlsbourg.be site takes the visitors to Ardenne where they can learn about the natural sources used to produce Carlsbourg butters and creams and also its new cheese - LeCrémeux.
Accessible in two languages - French and Dutch -www.balade.be takes consumers on a tour of the various dairy products the company has on offer. With this in mind, Balade has developed a new white cheese speciality which isnaturally rich in sphingolipids - Yamsa.