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TREHA® trehalose is a multi-functional disaccharide with unique benefits for freshness, texture, and flavor/aroma in food and beverages. Trehalose is naturally occurring in many common foods, such as mushrooms, baker’s yeast and honey. As an ingredient, TREHA® has unique benefits across a wide range of applications, including bakery, snack, confection, meat and seafood, fruit and vegetable processing, and beverages.


In meat applications TREHA® can be used to:

> Increase moisture retention to deliver improved yield of finished product

> Prevents ice-crystal damage during freeze thaw cycles

> Salt reduction (enhances saltiness)

> Flavour enhancement


Baking applications can also benefit from the addition of TREHA®:

> Inhibits moisture migration in pastries

> Reduce starch retro-degradation (staleness)

> Prevents ice-crystal damage during freeze-thaw cycles

> Reduces browning in baked goods

POTASSIUM CHLORIDE BP is a common, naturally occurring mineral. It is typically extracted from the ground via solution potash mining; that is, water is injected into the ground where potassium chloride deposits exist, the water dissolves the potassium chloride and the saturated brine is pumped back to the surface and the water is evaporated leaving the potassium chloride behind. Potassium chloride may also be extracted from the sea, in a similar process that is used to produce some sea salts. Potassium chloride is one of the minerals present in sea water that can be extracted through traditional solar evaporation.Potassium chloride is absorbed into the body in the form of its constituent ions: potassium and chloride. Electrolytes, like potassium and chloride, are vital to the normal functioning of the human body (e.g., blood pressure homeostasis, kidney function, cell communication, pH buffering).