Corbion Renewable lactates respond to processors’ needs while respecting consumers’ climate concerns.

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Algemeen advies 27/01/2023 13:41
Renewable lactates respond to processors’ needs while respecting consumers’ climate concerns

Results of recent global consumer surveys demonstrate to meat and poultry manufacturers why planet-friendliness should factor into their formulation decisions.

Today’s consumers increasingly show a preference for products that include environmental health among other considerations important to them when choosing brands. In a global survey published by GlobalData in November 2022, 63 percent of respondents agreed that they are more loyal to brands that support green and environmental matters. This lines up with the results of Innova Market Insights’ 2022 Lifestyle & Attitudes Survey, in which, for the second year in a row, consumers ranked the health of the planet even higher than the health of the population. With 7 percent of global GHG emissions caused by food loss and food waste, these findings suggest that for meat and poultry producers, consumers may be increasingly drawn to brands taking steps to reduce food waste while also reducing their reliance on non-renewable, petroleum-based ingredient solutions.

With this in mind, global ingredient supplier Corbion is leveraging its market-leading expertise in using renewable plant sugars to create fermentation-based solutions that deliver longer shelf life and better control of pathogens such as Listeria, while preserving brand-defining sensory qualities, and critical product performance attributes.

“When we help our customers achieve their preservation goals, prolonging shelf life and safety are, of course, essential,” said Lonneke Van Dijk, Senior Director, Preservation. “But we’re also focusing on preserving flavor, texture, color, cook yield and other attributes that are extremely important to the consumer or to our customer, or both. When we can do that through a solution based on renewable, plant-based raw materials and natural fermentation – which is Corbion’s specialty – we also help our customers create a brand story that matters to most consumers.”

Corbion’s Purasal® and Opti.Form® sodium and potassium lactate blends have been game-changers for players in the meat industry for more than three decades. These ranges have provided meat producers with solutions for creating formulations that result in great-tasting products that stay safe and fresh longer. But beyond providing top-shelf pathogen and spoilage control, Corbion’s lactate-based solutions – unlike many other single-ingredient preservation solutions such as acetates, sorbates and propionates – are optimized for functionality to help manufacturers address multiple challenges, including other aspects of shelf life and quality. These solutions have been shown to improve performance factors like cook yield and sliceability, helping to reduce both product waste and yield loss by up to 50 percent. Corbion’s expert technical service staff work closely with customers to identify and implement the optimal blend to deliver the combination of attributes crucial to the success of the final product.

“Reducing food waste is an aspect of sustainability we know consumers care about, but it’s also critical to our customers’ profitability,” adds Simone Bouman, Regional Vice President-Sustainable Food Solutions, EMEA. “Even after leveraging the capabilities of our lactate-based solutions in the meat industry for so many years, we are as excited as ever about what we can do with our broad range of renewable ingredients, including natural vinegars, low-sodium options, antioxidants, and lactate- and vinegar-based combinations that deliver optimal preservation performance. We can help our customers achieve their business goals while giving consumers what they want in terms of safety, quality and even planet-friendly formulations.”

For more information, please contact:

Ashley Robertson, Director Global Marketing & Communications

Transacties in aandelen Corbion. 2023
d.d. prijs 17.30.00 uur omzet aantal transacties idem na 17.35.00 uur en later.
30 jan. EUR 35,54 24.945 414* EUR 35,56 36.757 489* 17.35.11
31 jan. EUR 35,06 45.557 726* EUR 35.26 62.749 844* 17.35.09
* bereken zelf eens het gemiddelde per order. dagelijks meer vraag dan verkopen en toch lager. Dus zit er een "reden van deze manier van prijsvorming achter".
1. febr. EUR 35,38 48.385 911 EUR 35,44 61.840 1.001 17.35.01
2. Febr. EUR 36.44 26.276 518 EUR 36,40 35.689 595 17.35.00
3. Febr. EUR 36,78 44.227 757 EUR 36.86 57.578 847 17.35.30

d.d. 3 febr. 2023
3 206 36.60 36.68 199 3
1 170 36.58 36.70 205* 2
3 136 36.56 36.72 9 1
3 381 36.54 36.74 584 4
3 1,263 36.52 36.76 1,141 2
5 1,207 36.50 36.78 776 3
5 1,089 36.48 36.80 1,172 5
2 344 36.46 36.82 494 2
1 180 36.44 36.84 553 3
3 1,135 36.42 36.86 773 3
--------6,111 ----------------5,906 verschil = 205 sts*
29 -------------Total. 28
* dit zijn vermoedelijk allemaal daghandel stukken en totaal geen "vraag & aanbod"
Soms zien wij een gelijk aantal aan beide kanten (lees) koop & verkoop)

Transacties in aandelen Corbion. 2023
d.d. prijs 17.30.00 uur omzet aantal transacties idem na 17.35.00 uur en later.
6. febr. EUR 37,02 42.473 678 EUR 37,02 58.200 751 17.35.30
7 febr. EUR 36,24 24.158 411 EUR 36,24 88.021* 513 17.35.11
* ziet U het verschil ca. 64.000 sts in de laatste 5 spookminuten.
8 febr. EUR 37,24 48.792 689 EUR 37.10 65.939 784 17.35.02
9 febr. EUR 36.72 32.406 568. EUR 36.68 50.747 638 17.35.27
10 febr. EUR 35,88 21.290 342 EUR 35.96 29.151 422 17.35.09

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