We obtain our fruit fibres once the press cake – the pulp – from the fruit juice industry has been dried. After removal of the seeds – which we press for oil – we are left with the dry fruit residues, consisting primarily of fruit skins and fibres.
Our fruit fibres are used directly in food, as an ingredient for biscuits or bread. In this case, both the fibre content and the micronutrients are important in the choice of powder.
For food supplements it is mostly the high concentration of PACs – in cranberry fibre, for example – or anthocyanidins in blueberry fibre that are important. Sea buckthorn fibre stands out for its high concentrations of essential Ω7-fatty acid.
Our fruit fibres can be used as a raw material for the extraction of natural colourants.