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Ocean Spray will bring berry inspiration to FI Europe

30 August 2011

Ocean Spray Ingredient Technology Group (ITG) will be highlighting the wide-ranging applications of the cranberry at this year’s Fi Europe.

 
With more than 1,700 new cranberry product launches in 2010 , cranberry ingredients are growing in popularity across many sectors and Ocean Spray’s sweetened dried cranberries (SDCs) and BerryFusions® Fruits will be on show in Paris to inspire further product innovation.

Marion Burton, marketing manager at Ocean Spray ITG, commented: “The cranberry works well in confectionery, baked goods, cereals and dairy products and is being used across the globe in an ever-expanding range of combinations. Well-known for its health benefits, its sweet, tart taste and vivid red colour, the cranberry is a hit with consumers and Ocean Spray’s range of sweetened dried cranberries and BerryFusions® Fruits offer great taste, bright colour and processing benefits for manufacturers. Its versatility is one of the cranberry’s key attributes and, reflecting this, our cranberry ingredients are available in a wide variety of moisture contents and sizes to suit almost any application.”

Visit stand 2D41 at Fi Europe to find out more and sample Ocean Spray’s extensive range of cranberry ingredients. Representatives from Ocean Spray will be available on stand to offer information and advice on the cranberry and its applications, as well as an insight into the latest health research.


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