Sugar Beet Fibre is extracted from sugar beet pulp. Sugar beet is a root vegetable that grows best in the mild climate found in Europe, particularly the northern regions which during the summer benefit from the longer periods of sunlight. Sugar Beets are rich in fibre and other nutrients and minerals such as Iron, Magnesium and Vitamin C. Sugar Beet, as we know it today, is a result of experimental breeding in Germany during the 18th century and is now grown all over Europe.
• Contains both soluble and insoluble fibre.
• Provides stabilization, anticaking and water binding capabilities.
• Helps bind products to keep their shape whilst also making them more moist.
• Aids structure and freshness.
• Added to recipes to increase the dietary fibre content of a finished product.
• Used to improve the structure and texture of baked products.