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German Grain Company Develops Nutritious, Tasty Wheat Aleurone For Baked Goods

September 11, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
Four years of R&D by German grain specialist Kampffmeyer Food Innovation has resulted in the creation of a nutritious wheat aleurone that can be used as a tasty ingredient in refined flour and whole grain baked goods, pizzas and pasta. The aleurone is fiber-rich and packed with a wide array of minerals and vitamins. According to Kampffmeyer, the aleurone ingredient is easy to incorporate into formulations, has an appealing light color, and enables manufacturers to offer the health of whole grain without taste or visual problems.
Kacey Culliney, "'We unlock the power of wheat': Kampffmeyer", Bakery and Snacks, September 11, 2012, © William Reed Business Media
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