Happy and Prosperous New Year
HB Ingredients would like to wish all of our clients a happy and properous New Year.
As you will see from the price lists on our website, www.hbingredients.co.uk, we now show our Band A and Band B prices together.
Please click here for full details about how to qualify for Band B prices.
HB Ingredients has been appointed as the UK Selling Partner for Taura Natural Ingredients with effect from the 1st January 2010.
This new partnership is designed to help niche bakeries and chocolatiers source premium real fruit ingredient solutions to create great tasting and better-for-you bakery and confectionery products that consumers are demanding.
Made using a unique URC® (Ultra Rapid Concentration) technology Taura creates the most functionally advanced fruit pieces and pastes available in the global market. Available in solid format for baking, low water activity formats for nutritional snack, cereal, bakery and confectionery applications there are also pastes for more specific applications.
URC® fruit inclusions are available in a wide range of sizes and ingredient formats that include high in fruit content, low or no added sugar and clean label ingredient listings to support claims such as “Natural”, “No added sugar” and “one fruit serve” as per the 'five' a day government-backed campaign.
If you are looking to add a new dimension to your products that uses the natural goodness and delicious appeal of fruit, but you have concerns with moisture transfer, bake stability, texture, shelf life and most importantly need great taste, then URC® real fruit inclusions are your solution.
HB Ingredients is able to offer the whole range of Taura products and will be carrying a core range in stock for immediate delivery.
Please take a few minutes and look at Taura'a video, which gives a detailed insight into their exciting products., click here to view the video.
Commodity and Currency News
I am afraid that there will not be a "Commodity and Currency News" article this month.
Tony had rung the office to say he was snowed in so he could not produce the article. However we all have our suspicions as this photo was posted on the internet.
Normal service will be resumed next month.