German company Hydrosol will showcase a vegetable-based cream developed with innovative alt protein solutions at Fi Europe 2023.

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Hydrosol to Showcase Solutions for High Whipping Volume Vegetable Cream at Fi Europe 2023

German company Hydrosol will showcase a vegetable-based cream developed with its innovative solutions for the F&B industry at Fi Europe 2023.  Hydrosol, part of the Stern-Wywiol Gruppe and sister company of Planteneers, offers tailored stabilizing and texturizing systems for a range of food products, including dairy-free cream. The company’s Stabimuls ICR system, including Stabimuls Vega, enables manufacturers to create vegan creams with enhanced whipping volumes and more robust foam structures. According to the company, the systems are ideal for creating “outstanding” vegetable creams for cakes, fruits, desserts, ice cream, sauces, soups, and casseroles. Among the advantages, the company mentions that whipping volumes can be adjusted between 100 and 400% and that the resulting creams are freeze-thaw-stable, expanding their potential for culinary preparations. Additionally, Hydrosol’s solutions offer cooking creams …


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Costa Coffee Introduces Vegan Whipped Cream Across UK

High street coffee chain Costa Coffee has launched a dairy-free, vegan whipped cream across its UK stores. Vegan lovers of Costa can now indulge in its fancy cold and hot beverages without forgoing the extra creamy toppings. “We’re delighted to confirm the launch of Light Whip, a new lighter alternative to cream, which is suitable for both vegetarians and vegans to enjoy,” a spokesperson for Costa Coffee told Plant Based News. Plant-based options The fastest-growing coffee shop chain in the UK, and a subsidiary of the Coca-Cola Company, Costa has gradually added vegan options over recent years. In 2021, the brand introduced the Vegan Bac’n Breakfast Bap nationwide with Irish brand Finnebrogue’s vegan bacon. In December 2022, Costa revealed a festive vegan sandwich, the P’gs …


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Alamance Foods Debuts Dairy-Free ‘Whipt’ Cream in Coconut, Almond and Oat

Food technology firm Alamance Foods announces the launch of Whipt – a dairy-free new alternative to traditional whipped cream. Available in three varieties – Coconut, Almond and Oat, Whipt can be found in the US in Lidl, Woodman’s Market and select Walmart locations. Sold in classic steel canisters, Whipt is described as a “viable alternative” to dairy-based whipped cream that both adults and children can enjoy. Whipt’s gluten-free flavors include three protein bases:  Oat – A vanilla-flavored cream for topping an oat milk latte or any hot beverages Almond – Features a nutty, Marzipan-like flavor that contrasts hot chocolate and more Coconut – For decorating pies and cakes – can also substitute milk in any dessert  According to the company, Whipt’s products come in recyclable …