Find revolutionary ways to accelerate your growth in the digestive health market. Bring digestive health benefits to your yogurts, baked goods, beverages, smoothies, bars, snacks, soups and ready meals with industry-changing ingredient solutions. Together, we can find new ways to create value for consumers who want to optimize their digestive health and fiber intake — comfortably.
Consumers are looking for foods that taste great and are easy to digest. But many snack foods (baked goods, cereals and bars) are high in certain short-chain carbohydrates called FODMAPs, which can trigger occasional digestive discomfort. FODMAP is an acronym that stands for:
With Ingredion’s Monash University Low FODMAP Certified ingredients, NOVELOSE® 3490 and VERSAFIBE™ 1490 dietary fibers, you can deliver just-right taste, texture, and even lower calories in fiber-rich baked goods, tortillas, cereal and bars. Both helping to bring more fiber to consumers who follow a low FODMAP diet* — without negatively impacting sensory appeal. And if you’re looking for a plant-based Low FODMAP Certified ingredient for your formulating needs, VITESSENCE® Pulse protein isolate is a great option to consider.
While home remedies were the answer to digestive ailments for centuries, today’s consumers turn to fibers to make digestion easier and help restore digestive balance. Choosing the right fiber can help bring consumers all the digestive health benefits of fiber — without the discomfort — while helping them meet their daily fiber requirements. When you work with Ingredion, your business is our business. Our teams of technical and market experts serve as your dedicated guide for navigating our broad range of in-demand fiber ingredients, such as scFOS prebiotic fibers, resistant starches (types 2 and 4) and GOS — so you can obtain new and meaningful label claims, such as “gluten-free,” “fiber-rich,” and “reduced calories.”
*Only products that have formally applied to Monash University’s Low FODMAP certification program may claim to be Monash Low FODMAP Certified. The application process to Monash University includes undergoing lab analysis to confirm FODMAP compliance. Monash University Low FODMAP Certified Trademarks are used under license in the United States by Ingredion Incorporated.