Brenntag opens food application, development center in Brazil

Brenntag opens food application, development center in Brazil

6:34 AM, 30th June 2020
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Brenntag Food & Nutrition has opened its newest food application & development center (FADC) in Guarulhos, close to Sao Paulo in Brazil.

ESSEN, GERMANY: Brenntag Food & Nutrition said it has opened its newest food application & development center (FADC) in Guarulhos, close to Sao Paulo in Brazil. This opening marks the 30th FADC for Brenntag Food & Nutrition globally. It joins the existing network to bring the formulation and application know-how of Brenntag Food & Nutrition to the region. The fifth FADC for Latin America will particularly support the Brenntag F&N teams in Brazil and the South Cone in the following segments: beverages, bakery, dairy, chocolate & confectionary, sauces, meat, convenience food as well as functional food and food supplements.

The FADC is equipped with all necessary state-of-the art equipment and special items such as a photostability and fermentation chamber as well as a texturometer allowing the team to cater to the individual needs of the customers in order to bring products to the market that address key trends. This new facility is an excellent opportunity for the Brenntag Food & Nutrition team in Brazil to offer their customers even more tailored-made services and individual product development solutions.“This new FADC will develop solutions and new technologies to satisfy our customer’s needs and demands particularly for the Brazilian market. This new investment in these more challenging times shows our commitment to support our customers around the globe, adapting to the local needs while leading with novel applications in line with the market trends,” said Tomas Navarro, vice president, Brenntag Food & Nutrition Latin America.

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