Healthy Food Ingredients offers a range of grains in whole form that may be further processed into flours. This includes ancient grains, cereal grains, purple corn and pulses. While nutrition and functionality are critical to selecting alternative grains, consumer interest can go beyond those attributes.
“Consumers are demanding products that are not only clean label and traceable but also tell a story, boast additional health claims such as gluten-free, organic or regenerative and utilize diverse ingredients, such as pulses, ancient grains and seeds,” said Jennifer Tesch, chief marketing officer, Healthy Food Ingredients.
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