A clean label can help to ensure your product repeatedly gets chosen. Yet, when you have complex functionality and performance needs to consider, clean labels can present a challenge. Ingredion’s global reach and local knowledge can help you create authentic foods and beverages formulated with next-level ingredients consumers accept, expect and prefer.
We’re standing by to help you create rich and creamy yogurts that can withstand harsh processing conditions and canned or frozen stews with rich flavors and home-style textures that last longer on the shelf. In personal and home care, we can help you create hair conditioners with rich emollients and dishwashing detergents that don’t leave streaks or bubbles. With our naturally-derived ingredients, you can formulate consumer-preferred products with label appeal — without compromising performance.
We push past the expected to understand what consumers want from their foods and beverages. With a sharp focus on your needs, we can help you overcome challenges and prioritize your new product development and reformulation efforts. Our regularly published independent research, reports and data on the enduring clean label trend give you what you need to be what’s next.
Get the insights and expertise of our two-plus decades of pioneering the clean label movement. Our deep clean label applications and formulation experience define what consumers expect from clean label products and can help you:
Whatever your application and product challenge is, our teams of technical and market experts can provide you with everything you need — from sensory and CULINOLOGY® to applications R&D, scale-up and regulatory — with seamless communication and collaboration.
Stay ahead of trends with clean and simple ingredients that deliver all the taste, texture and performance you need to drive a new way forward. Our comprehensive line of clean label ingredients features many options to help you replace ingredients perceived as undesirable in existing products and develop new products with shorter lists of consumer-preferred ingredients.