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Defatted Wheat Germ Ingredient Adds Protein, Fiber, Vitamins To Baked Goods

October 7, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Flour miller Horizon Milling, a joint venture of CHC Inc., and Cargill, has unveiled a defatted wheat germ ingredient that bakers and snack manufacturers can use to make “full flavor grain-based foods that are rich in protein and fiber”. According to the company, the new product is a response to rising consumer demand for foods that are fiber-rich, whole grain-based and high in protein. Defatted wheat germ contains 26 percent protein, 15 percent fiber and many vitamins and minerals. Made from raw wheat germ from which the oil has been removed, it is shelf stable, available in a range of colors, and suitable for making bagels, breads, cereals, cookies, crackers, donuts, etc.
"Horizon Milling’s new defatted wheat germ delivers the perfect blend of protein, fiber, taste and texture", Cargill, October 07, 2013, © Cargill, Incorporated
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