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Our malt concentrates are made from quality barley grains that undergo the malting process to make them sweeter and give them qualities that aid the fermentation process. We process freshly harvested barley in our modern facilities to maintain its properties and its taste. Instead of being fermented we concentrate the sugary liquid to make a sticky and firm liquid sweetener. We can also dry it to make powder, all of which are supplied worldwide. Our malt extracts can be added to brewing products, baked products, desserts, and milk beverages.
Properties and Benefits of Malt Concentrate
Barley is an important cereal grain found in several food products. Barley has a wide range of nutritional value. It’s rich in vitamins (B1, B2, B3 and B6), fibre, proteins, and carbohydrates. Barley also contains minerals such as iron, magnesium, zinc, and phosphorus, all in rich amounts. The carbohydrates in barley are in starch form and are best digested in malted form. Other than providing a lot of nutritional value, barley has several other benefits. It fights cancer, controls diabetes, manages weight, prevents gallstones, prevents intestinal disorders, prevents heart diseases, maintains healthy bones, lowers cholesterol levels, and much more.
Malt Concentrate – Manufacturer & Supplier
Among other products, we supply and distribute malt concentrates worldwide. All our products are made from quality raw materials and processed using the most advanced techniques, which enables us to offer the best products and services to our clients. As a supplier, we are flexible and have the ability to tailor-blend almost any product to fit our client’s needs. We completely trace our raw materials from harvesting to processing, and finally to the distribution and supply process, to ensure quality is maintained at all stages. This has made Lemon Concentrate a leading company in the distribution and supply of fruit-sub products like fruit concentrates, purees, essential oils, pulp cells, and much more.
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