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Scoular Announces New Name for Food Ingredient Division

Image courtesy of Unsplash/Simona Sergi (representative image) chickpea flour
Scoular's Food Ingredient Division is now Scoular Food Innovation.
The new name – Scoular Food Innovation – reflects the company's food industry expertise and experience supplying ingredients to meet growing consumer demand.

Scoular, a global supply chain agri-business company, reveals a new name for its food ingredient business that showcases its capabilities in providing innovative ingredients to customers, Scoular Food Innovation.

The Food Innovation team focuses on delivering ingredients that provide superior function, texture, and flavor such as Scoular's exclusive new functional chickpea flour. The product offers gelling, emulsifying, and foaming attributes that can replace eggs in bakery applications.

"Scoular has long been a reliable partner delivering leading-edge food ingredients," said Brian Hansen, Scoular general manager for Food Innovation. "The new name highlights the experience our customers get when working with us – access to custom, innovative ingredients, solutions, and services."

Its long-term relationships with global food companies, global supply chain network and financial stability, with the 130-year-old company ranking as the 48th largest private company in the US, will offer valuable support to the new division.

The Scoular Food Division will also benefit from an in-house research and development team to create and commercialize innovative product formulations.

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