Loryma Lory Crumb breading ingredient portfolio

Monday, 08 April, 2024 | Supplied by: Loryma GmbH

Ingredients specialist Loryma has a wide range of ingredients for all types of coated products. The Lory Crumb portfolio includes a number of extrudates in various shapes and colours for breadings. With a unique appearance and crunch, they are suitable for plant-based meat alternatives, vegetable sticks, meat and fish products, and desserts. A selection of native and modified starches is designed to provide good adhesion and crispness in batters, tempura coatings and dustings.

Alongside granulated Lory crumb variations based on maize, rice, potato and wheat, the portfolio also includes innovative shapes such as triangles, crescents, discs and balls in an array of different colours. The functional ingredients optimise the breading texture and are characterised by high temperature and colour stability. As a result, visual appeal is good even under demanding conditions, thus allowing for the creation of added-value breaded products.

Loryma also produces a selection of native and modified wheat starches with different technological properties.

Lory Starch Saphire pure is a wheat starch with high adhesion and processing stability, which makes it suitable for batters, tempura and a pre-dust for added crunch. It also has no E-number, making it suitable for clean label products.

Modified wheat starch Lory Starch Solaris, meanwhile, is suitable for viscosity control in batter and tempura coatings due to its cold swelling capacity and process stability.

In addition, Lory Starch Achat is designed to retain low viscosity even at very high temperatures, thus optimising the crispness and adhesion of tempura coatings. 

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