Loryma introduces new clean label binder for vegan meat alternatives

Ingredients specialist Loryma has added a new binder to its Lory Bind portfolio, catering to the increasing demand for foods with easily understandable ingredient lists. The wheat-based solution offers a declaration-friendly alternative to conventional binders such as methylcellulose, making it an ideal choice for meat-free products.

Loryma Clean Label Salami Lory Bind

The Lory Bind portfolio: A wheat-based solution for meat-free products

In combination with a wheat texturate from the Lory Tex range, the new binder enables the authentic replication of plant-based fish and meat alternatives. By using texturates and the new Lory Bind variant, manufacturers can imitate the typical structure and authentic mouthfeel of nuggets, schnitzels, and salami.

Additionally, the protein contained in the binder gives vegan meat alternatives a nutrient profile that closely resembles the original, allowing for the creation of foods with short ingredient lists free from declarable E-numbers.

Enabling short ingredient lists and nutrient-rich vegan products

Norbert Klein, Head of Research and Development at Loryma, highlights: “For us, this new Lory Bind variant marks another milestone in the development of clean label binders for the vegan food industry. This solution not only aligns with consumer expectations but also supports manufacturers in producing plant-based products entirely free from E-numbers.”

Enabling a wide range of vegan applications, suitable for both hot and cold consumption, the new binder ensures optimal binding and elastic texture. The wheat-based ingredient is easy to handle, allowing manufacturers to use their usual meat processing technology for the production of plant-based substitutes.

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