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Ulrick & Short launches unique new glaze

14 October 2013

Ulrick & Short Ltd, British owned clean label starch specialist, has announced the extension of its range of clean label non-GM glazes, to include Eziglaze C which is unique in the market place.

The Eziglaze range has now been extended for all different pastry types and is perfect for hot cross buns, sausage rolls, chilled or frozen pies, morning goods, among other applications - and can be declared as a starch or cornflour to simplify and clean up labels. Eziglaze C is especially suitable for freshly baked goods, is declarable as wheat and has increased the range of non-GM glazes. Both of these glazes and others in the range are egg and milk free, contain no additives and are microbiologically stable.

A key benefit of Ulrick & Short’s starches is that they are supplied in powder form and can be stored at ambient temperature for up to two years – a massive advantage over both egg, milk and other commercial glazes. Simple to dissolve in cold water, the glazes are suitable for use in both craft bakeries and with automated applications. The Eziglaze range is much more cost-effective than other commercial glazes with increased functionality and significantly lower associated hygiene risks, they are also free from artificial colours, flavours and additives.

Ulrick & Short director, Adrian Short, explained: “The U&S range of non-GM clean label starches is incredibly versatile and these new glazes are a perfect example of this. Dairy and especially egg prices are constantly in flux – usually upwards – and the Eziglaze range offers a superior performance alternative at a stable price, with significant added benefits of extended ambient storage and ease of use.

“These glazes can be applied to products by spray, spinning disc or brush, pre or post-bake whilst still hot. Eziglaze tends to build colour later in the baking process than egg or milk and, as a result, browning tolerance and glaze longevity are considerably enhanced. There is nothing like Eziglaze currently available on the market and we’re confident it will be a big hit in the sweet and savoury bakery sector in particular.”

Ulrick & Short is the leading British-owned starch specialist, supplying household name food manufacturers across the world with naturally gluten-free non-GM ingredients, and innovating across a diverse range of food industry sectors including bakery, meat, dairy, soups and sauces. The company has a team of dedicated sector specialists and food technologists based in Yorkshire and works hand in hand with customers to maximise value from product development.



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