SVZ launching chunky purees for dairy

By Jim Cornall contact

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The size of the fruit pieces in SVZ's new chunky purees can be individually tailored to meet customer specifications.
The size of the fruit pieces in SVZ's new chunky purees can be individually tailored to meet customer specifications.

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Dutch headquartered fruit and vegetable ingredient supplier SVZ International B.V. will showcase a new addition to its portfolio at FiE 2019.

The company will be launching new products including strawberry and sour cherry chunky purees, which the company said allows dairy, ice cream and dessert producers to create 100% natural, clean label products that offer the look, taste, and bite of authentic home-made purees.

The size of the fruit pieces in new chunky purees can be individually tailored according to customer requirements, allowing brands to create a unique texture profile, SVZ said.

Natural, traceable ingredients

Johan Cerstiaens, commercial director at SVZ, said, “The launch of new chunky purees not only opens up a host of exciting NPD possibilities for producers, but equally demonstrates our dedication to serving the ever-changing needs of our customers.

“From healthy reformulation to minimally-processed ingredients for a more authentic, ‘home-made’ feel, our ingredients are designed to create exciting taste and texture experiences that satisfy the core demands of today’s consumers. Our commitment to achieving 100% sustainable sourcing by 2030 additionally means our products don’t just look and taste good, but aim to do good as well.”

SVZ supplies fruit and vegetable ingredients to food and drink manufacturers around the world. It is a part of the Royal Cosun farmer-owned cooperative. 

Related topics: Ingredients, Yogurt and Desserts, Ice Cream

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