The Move for Better Health
What we eat changes us and impacts our health and every meal is a chance to heal. Modern science has dramatically increased awareness of diseases and promotes the need for more fibre in our daily diet.READ MORE
The Fibre Solution
Dietary fibre is a crucial nutrient for our health and well-being. It is also something the human body cannot produce on its own, and which occurs naturally in plants, vegetables, fruit, nuts, legumes, grains and seeds.READ MORE
Why Five10Fibre™ matters...
Five10Fibre™ is a functional food ingredient derived from the fibre-dense parts of the natural sugar cane plant, using a proprietary production process. Cane fibre is prized as a form of nutrient-rich, insoluble, non-fermentable fibre with a high fibre content (about 99%).
The TAMU Advantage
Tamu Innovations is the R&D heartbeat of Tamu. It is led by food innovation specialist, Dr. Jonathan Middis who oversees all research and validation efforts into dietary fibre, specifically around enhanced yields, taste, textures, and nutritional profiles. His team works seamlessly with food technologists across different sectors in product and recipe development as well as process technology improvements, to bring to market healthier, more sustainable and cost-effective solutions.
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