Fooditive is increasing production
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Fooditive is scaling up its production to make its existing products and introducing their latest developments: LowSalt and Bee-free-Honey.
LowSalt is made by modifying potassium chloride by adding citric acid and mixing it with a carrier to result in an end-product salt to be twice as salty compared to natural salt, while protecting the consumer from a rise in blood pressure and weight gain.
Fooditive uses fermentation enzymes and the same system applied to its casein, the DNA of honey is copied to create a product that performs like traditional honey. Texture, taste, colour and health benefits can be mimicked to provide a plant-based honey, with first trails planned for early 2023.
“We feel like the next chapter of this journey has just begun. With the support from our shareholders, clients, partners, and our team we are focused to increase our impact and make a fundamental change in the industry,” said Moayad Abushokhedim, founder, Fooditive.
Fooditive new phase of development will include products that fit its vision and planning towards 2030.