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Jungbunzlauer Obtains NSF Non-GMO True North Certification

February 28, 2017

Company offers a range of fermentation-based ingredients.

The demand for certified non-GMO food is steadily increasing. More and more consumers seek reliability about the origin of their daily food and the technologies used to make it. The aim of the NSF Non-GMO True North standard is to give assurance to consumers about the integrity of non-GMO claims and to grow the breadth and diversity of non-GMO products. Jungbunzlauer has obtained the certification of compliance to the NSF Non-GMO True North standard for food ingredients manufactured in Jungbunzlauer plants.

Jungbunzlauer offers a range of fermentation-based ingredients, such as organic acids (citric, gluconic and lactic acid), the stabilizer xanthan gum and the sweetener erythritol, which are produced from basic carbohydrates. These products, and their derivatives, serve as important raw materials and additives in the production of foods and beverages. After reviewing the whole manufacturing process, NSF has concluded that Jungbunzlauer products manufactured in its plants in Austria, France and Germany comply with the True North Non-GMO standard, and hence offer to the food makers safe, sustainably-made non-GMO food ingredients.

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