New Version of Fibersol Soluble Fiber Is “More Convenient,” Firm Says

January 30, 2017

According to supplier ADM/Matsutani LLC, Fibersol-DLQ is for formulators who want to make a fiber claim but without including a “high percentage of fiber.”

The Fibersol line of soluble dietary fibers has added a new ingredient to the portfolio: Fibersol-DLQ. This new version of Fibersol is a corn syrup solid version of the company’s soluble corn fiber. It provides 75% soluble dietary fiber on a dry-solids basis. According to supplier ADM/Matsutani LLC (Chicago), Fibersol-DLQ is for formulators who want to make a fiber claim but without including a “higher percentage of fiber.”

“Fibersol-DLQ is simply the dry version of our always popular Fibersol-LQ liquid, just as easy to use in a more convenient format,” said Hisae Honzawa, business manager, Fibersol products, Matsutani America, in a press release.

ADM/Matsutani says that its focus is to provide its fiber ingredients in a variety of powder and liquid forms to meet a range of formulator needs. Fibersol-DLQ is acid-, heat-, and process-stable and can be included in beverages, nutrition bars, fiber supplements, baked goods, snacks, cereals, dairy, dips, sauces, confectionery, and more.

“Fibersol-DLQ, like its liquid counterpart Fibersol-LQ, has been specifically designed for customers who want their products to make a fiber claim, but do not require a higher percentage of fiber,” said George Perujo, general manager, ADM/Matsutani, in the press release. “This new product, still substantiated by the extensive bulk of scientific evidence that supports Fibersol, helps round out our product line.”

 

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Jennifer Grebow
Editor-in-Chief
Nutritional Outlook magazine
jennifer.grebow@ubm.com