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Potato Protein Isolates May Help Create Better Gluten-free Baked Goods

Celiac.com 06/18/2012 - Following US approval (SA GRAS) of its natural potato protein isolates, Dutch ingredients firm Solanic is touting their protein as a way for manufacturers to craft higher quality gluten-free baked goods. The protein is approved at levels of .01 to 10% in manufactured baked goods.

Photo: CC--funadiumThe product is designed to create softer breads that will stay fresh longer, and which look and feel much more like regular wheat-based breads. According to Solanic manager for gluten-free, Paul Hart, the protein could bring the shelf-life for gluten-free bread products up to one-week.

The company also claims that their protein also boasts a favorable amino acid profile that may help boost the nutritional value of products in which it is included.

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Solanic's protein isolates have been on the European market since 2008 and in the US market since 2009.

The company is working to develop a gluten-free bread prototype by October 2012, and to develop cake prototypes thereafter.

Stay tuned to see if the company's efforts help to put better gluten-free baked goods on store shelves in the near future.

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Melaina at Rudi's Gluten-Free Bakery
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20 Jun 2012 9:19:29 AM PDT
This is GREAT news! We are always on the lookout for how to extend the shelf life of gluten-free home-baked goods and this information fits the bill perfectly! Thanks for sharing and we'll be eager to hear any follow up on this topic!

 
Barb
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25 Jun 2012 9:13:06 PM PDT
Not for me. Potatoes make me sick as most nightshades do.




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