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DSM Food Ingredient Division launched ‘to protect you can trust’

16 September 2009 1,936 views No Comment

Company says, its preservation offerings help preventing contamination and thereby avoid recalls

DSM Food Specialties has revealed a new strategic positioning for its food protection portfolio which has been brought together under the umbrella brand ‘Protection You Can Trust’.
The company claims that the move reflects its commitment to offering effective preservation products to the global food industry which offer clear and tangible benefits such as reliable food protection, ease of application plus time and cost savings.
According to the company, its preservation offerings respond to stringent food safety standards and by preventing contamination in a range of dairy and meat products, they avoid costly recalls and potential damage to a brand’s reputation.
DSM Food Specialties preservation portfolio encompasses a range of natural preservatives, including Delvocid, Delvocoat, DelvoNis, Delvozyme , Delvolase and Premicoat.
Marloes Moerman, product manager preservation at DSM food specialties, said: “The scope of our preservation portfolio has been driven by customers needs and is highly flexible as a result. By listening to specific manufacturing concerns, we have developed a range of products which can be used to create tailor-made solutions and so deliver maximum benefit for individual processes and product quality requirements.
“Our commitment to quality, reliability, traceability and sustainability also applies to our preservation solutions. By carefully selecting our preferred raw materials and service suppliers, we are confident that our products offer the performance and protection required to meet today’s rigorous safety standards. All DSM Food Specialties’ food preservation ingredients are produced to the highest standards and manufactured at ISO 9001:2000 and HACCP facilities. ”

By Staff Reporter

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