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COSUCRA

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COSUCRA
Rue de la Sucrerie 1
Warcoing
B7740
Belgium

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  0032/69 44 66 00


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  0032/69 44 66 22

HEALTH CATEGORIES

aging; children's nutrition; diabetes; digestive health; energy and alertness; general health and wellness; medical nutrition; nutraceuticals; plant-based; sports nutrition; sugar reduction; supplements; vegan; weight management



Cosucra develops and produces naturally-sourced ingredients from locally grown chicory roots and peas. But we want to think about, more than just producing food ingredients. Thinking about food to improve it and make it better able to meet consumers’ expectations in the coming years. Working alongside clients from idea to launch, we deliver innovative solutions in a wide range of applications based on Inulin chicory fiber (Fibruline™), pea protein isolate (Pisane™), pea fiber (Swelite™) and pea starch (Nastar™). We think food better. Naturally.



Articles On NutritionInsight
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NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

Plant-based possibilities: Report details novel sugar replacements for beverages

19 Apr 2018 --- PreScouter, a Chicago based technology scouting company, details novel replacements for sugars in a new analysis, that are from natural sources, safe, technologically viable and... Read More

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NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

Inulin Reduces Blood Glucose Rise After a Sugar-Reduced Meal, New Study Finds

30 Mar 2017 --- Co-financed research between three leaders in the inulin & oligofructose market, COSUCRA, Sensus, and Beneo, has led to the submission of a dossier for an EU Art. 13.5 claim... Read More

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NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

Inulin Producers Petition FDA for Dietary Fiber Acceptance

14 Sep 2016 --- Inulin Producers, including Cosucra Groupe Warcoing have submitted a joint Citizen Petition to the FDA, requesting that the addition of chicory inulin, encompassing all chicory... Read More

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Pea Protein & Inulin Could Benefit Weight Management, Says Cosucra

01 Jul 2016 --- Ingredient processing company, Cosucra claims that their new pea protein and inulin health products from could aid help weight loss as part of a healthy diet.

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Cosucra Health Claim for Fibruline Chicory Root Fiber Range Now Eligible for Use on Packaging

19 Apr 2016 --- A new claim linking Fibruline’s soluble chicory inulin and oligofructose to a reduction of blood glucose rise after a meal is now possible on packaging in Europe.




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More and more sport…more and more plant proteins

04 Jul 2012 --- Sport is an integral part of our lives. Whether practicing a sport or following competitions, sport is everywhere : in the papers, on TV, online, a subject of conversation… In a society which continually seeks role models, top-ranking sportsmen and women are worshipped by the masses, who aspire to emulate them. This is how sport is on the way to becoming a vital part of our lifestyle. Far from a passing trend, it is increasingly recognized as one of the cornerstones of personal well-being, intricately linked to health,physical appearance and general performance.




Articles On The World of Food Ingredients
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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

Opinion Edge: The Supplier View: 2017 Food Trends

01 Dec 2016 --- Key suppliers offer their thoughts on key food industry trends to watch. What will be the key consumer trends driving the food industry forward in 2017 and how are they impacting supplier R&D development?

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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

Capitalizing on the Pea Protein Surge

05 Aug 2015 --- Pea protein and inulin supplier Cosucra has set itself an ambitious growth target to its double turnover from €80 million today to €150 million in 2020, as the company looks to ride the protein wave with its pea protein isolate products (Pisane). Jacques Crahay, CEO of Cosucra, discusses the company’s latest plant investment and opportunities on the global protein market.




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