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Corbion to showcase improved Listeria control tool and alternative solutions at IPPE 2017

corbionCorbion will unveil a newly enhanced BETA version of the Listeria Control Model and let attendees taste-test both proven and prototype solutions for food safety and shelf life extension.

Processed food manufacturers focused on inhibiting Listeria growth in their products will have an even stronger tool at their disposal when Corbion the latest BETA version of its Corbion ListeriaControl Model at the 2017 International Production and Processing Expo in Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 31-Feb. 2.

corbion ippe2017Corbion experts will provide demonstrations of the upgraded tool, which helps processors predict Listeria growth in processed foods while saving R&D costs and increasing speed to market.

"Controlling Listeria is absolutely critical for manufacturers to protect their customers and their brands." said David Charest, Vice President Meat Industry. "This industry leading model is now more user friendly, and along with our advanced solutions and expertise helps to accelerate product speed-to-market."

Visitors to the Corbion booth (C359) can also sample a number of the company's solutions, including clean label and prototype formulas, in products such as pork loin, grilled turkey tenders, hot dogs, jerky and chicken sausage crumbles. Featured solutions will include ingredients from the Corbion Opti.Form® portfolio, which sets the standard in meat safety and preservation, as well as from the Verdad® portfolio. The Verdad® range of multifunctional solutions, based on ingredients such as vinegars, ferment blends, citrus flour and jasmine tea, enables more consumer-friendly ingredient labelling, while extending shelf life, improving yield and enhancing safety without sacrificing quality.

Corbion experts will be available to discuss processors' challenges and how leveraging the tools, knowledge and top-shelf ingredients offered by Corbion can create opportunities for greater success in the marketplace. www.corbion.com