TIC Gums showcases clean label solutions at SupplySide West

by Rebekah Schouten
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TIC Gums' Ticaloid PRO 181 AG is a clean label stabilizer system designed for ultra-high temperature processed, R.-T.-D. protein beverages.

WHITE MARSH, MD. — TIC Gums is showcasing its latest clean label texture and stability solutions for use in ready-to-drink beverages and gummy vitamins at booth No. Y165 during the 2016 SupplySide West Global Expo and Conference in Las Vegas, Oct. 6-7.

In the R.-T.-D. category, TIC Gums is highlighting Ticaloid PRO 181 AG, a clean label stabilizer system designed for ultra-high temperature processed, R.-T.-D. protein beverages. The system allows the ability to emulsify higher nutritional and flavor oil levels, add protein and support particulate suspension while maintaining the desired texture and stability in R.-T.-D. products, the company said. Ticaloid PRO 181 AG also increases foam stability, TIC Gums said, which allows its use in non-dairy barista milks. The company will offer samples of toasted coconut almond milk at its SupplySide booth to showcase the benefits of Ticaloid PRO 181 AG.

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TIC Gums' Ticagel Natural GC-581 B is a non-G.M.O. alternative in gelatin-free applications such as gummy vitamins.

For gummy vitamins free of gelatin, TIC Gums offers Ticagel Natural GC-581 B as a non-G.M.O. alternative in gelatin-free applications. The product allows adjustment in cohesiveness and hardness, TIC Gums said, so manufacturers may customize their products. The company will have samples of gelatin-free gummy vitamins with Ticagel Natural GC-581 B available at its booth.

TIC Gums also will launch its new GuarNT USA product line, featuring USA-produced guar gum developed to enhance traceability from sourcing to processing. GuarNT USA products allow manufacturers access to a secure and reliable guar supply, the company said, one that has been subjected to a kill-step validation at a U.S.-based SQF Level 3 facility.
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