Safe solutions from Chr. Hansen for fermented meats - Salami and pepperoni Raw, fermented sausages, such as Italian salami, Spanish chorizo, German salami, French saucisson sec, and so many more, which come out of the ancient technology of salting, curing, fermenting and drying to create a shelf-stable meat product.
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Today Chr Hansen has its own production platform to meet the most demanding customer requirements. Many options – many alternatives. This is the best alternative to carmines and synthetic red colors on the market at the moment. Now, full access to a wide range of reliable, natural colors, concentrates and juices is already a fact....
Topping the 2019 global index of the 100 most sustainable companies, as announced during the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland One month short of its official 145th anniversary, global bioscience company Chr. Hansen is ranked the most sustainable company in the world by Corporate Knights, a specialized Toronto-based media and investment research firm. This...
Chr. Hansen’s new milk-free cultures for plant based alternatives bring the mild, fresh taste and smooth texture. The market for fermented dairy alternatives has shown strong growth in recent years albeit from a small base. Today the segment constitutes less than 1% of the fermented foods market but it has seen the highest growth rates...
Pre-salting is an old technique that was used to protect the meat against spoilage and maintain or even increase the water binding capacity in all the kind of emulsified and cooked products. However there was a huge disadvantage of that solution – the microbiology of the product was out of control.
Chr. Hansen has developed SweetColor® Pink 1144 WSP and SweetColor® Red 1344 WSP which are vegetable based colors, highly concentrated powders, for dairy and water based ice cream.
Meat cultures from Chr. Hansen have a long track record of delivering on these aspects and Bactoflavor® Flora Italia is no different. Actually, the extensive scanning of series of strains identified a strain combination that was better than most of the meat cultures presently offered to the meat industry.
We have seen Greek style yogurt sky-rocketing on an international scale, and that is still a significant trend. But coming up is Skyr (pronounced skeer), the Icelandic fermented and concentrated milk product that contains more protein (up to 13%) and only 0.2% fat.
Chr. Hansen has successful bioprotective cultures on the market as a solution, which is based on ancient principles in food production: Fermentation. Referred to as FreshQ®, they are natural food cultures selected especially to protect dairy products.
Research on the human microbiome has exploded in recent years revealing it to be of major importance for human health and disease, creating opportunities for development of next generation probiotics. That is why Chr. Hansen is proud to announce that we have now expanded our world class strain library of potential microbiome modulating strains.