The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends a daily intake of dietary fibre of 30 g. In most European countries, however, the average intake is below this recommended amount. Fortifying dietary fibre in everyday foods is an opportunity to help consumers close this fibre gap. After all, a balanced and healthy diet is easiest to achieve if consumers’ eating habits can be maintained.

At Falcone we offer our customers a wide range of insoluble, soluble and mixed dietary fibres. These include:

Insoluble plant fibres / Insoluble dietary fibres

  • Wheat fibres
    Fibre content: approx. 96 %.
  • Oat fibres
    Dietary fibre content: approx. 90%.
  • Bamboo fibres
    Dietary fibre content: approx. 96%.
  • Sugar cane fibres
    Dietary fibre content: approx. 92%.
  • Citrus fibres
    Dietary fibre content: approx. 90%.

 Soluble plant fibres / soluble dietary fibres

  • Acacia fibres
    Dietary fibre content: approx. 90%.
  • Corn fibres
    Dietary fibre content: approx. 90%.

Combination of soluble and insoluble plant fibres / mixed dietary fibres

  • Apple fibres
    Dietary fibre content: approx. 60%.
  • Potato fibres
    Dietary fibre content: approx. 65%
  • Pea fibres
    Dietary fibre content: approx. 60%.

 

For detailed information please check the flyer

 

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Chantal Brühwiler

Chantal Brühwiler

Head of Food & Health

+41 79 811 25 80
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