Novozymes launches new solutions in keeping packaged bread fresh, soft

Novozymes’ new technology enhances freshness in packaged bread

9:32 AM, 14th November 2013
Novozymes new technologies Sensea and Novamyl 3D

BAGSVAERD, DENMARK: Novozymes has launched two new solutions to enhance freshness in packaged bread. Novozymes Sensea and Novamyl 3D are independent yet complementary solutions that together achieve a new standard for moistness and tenderness from day one and right throughout storage. Sensea helps industrial bakers build superior brands through elevating the consumer eating experience. It is the only enzymatic solution to secure better moistness and melting, and a new tender texture.

“With Sensea, we’re offering industrial bakers a cost-effective and cost-predictable enzymatic solution that brings a new delicious eating experience to packaged bread right from day one. The difference with Sensea is that consumers perceive the difference in freshness from the very first bite – the bread is so soft and tender, and almost melts in your mouth,” said Martyna Wojnarowska, Business Development Manager, Novozymes Baking.

 

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