Company description

Corbion creates innovative ingredient solutions for leading food manufacturers around the world. Our expertise inspires customers to craft foods that start flavorful, stay fresh and remain safe, from date of production to date of consumption. Using sustainable solutions that deliver real, consumer-focused value, we work side-by-side with customers, helping them grow and create delicious food that capture peoples’ palates and earn their trust. At Corbion our priorities as consumers shape the solutions we create, and as a result, feel confidence and pride in serving our own families and friends the products we help make possible. 

Quick facts

Sales markets Africa; Asia; Australia; Central/South America; Eastern Europe; Middle East; North America; Western Europe
Primary business activity Manufacturer: Ingredients / Additives
Affiliated categories: Antioxidant |Emulsifiers / Lecithins |Flavour Enhancers More

Upcoming events

20 nov 2023

Fi Europe Online and In-Person

20 Nov - 30 Nov 2023 Messe Frankfurt, Germany Visit us at stand 3.1F138 Book a meeting See our Exhibitor Profile   See full Exhibitor List

News about Corbion

Corbion provides strategy update

12 Mar 2020

Corbion provides strategy update

During its Capital Markets Day for analysts and investors in Amsterdam, Corbion management presented its strategy for the period 2020-2025: Advance 2025.

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11 Feb 2020

Meat snacks answer consumer protein demand

Plant-based protein is one of industry’s hottest trends, but broader interest in high protein foods means meat snacking is also on the rise – and the range of convenience meat products available has multiplied.

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13 Dec 2019

Corbion wins FiE award for fish preservation

Corbion’s new Verdad Opti Powder N350 has been given the Food Tech Innovation Award at Fi Europe 2019 for bringing next-level preservation and pathogen control to the fish industry as an alternative to traditional salt curing.

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23 Nov 2019

The promise of algae among alternative proteins

Algae has been on the radar as a potential protein source for a few years, but until recently it has lagged behind traditional plant-derived proteins. Now, with rising interest in vegan and vegetarian proteins, algae finally is gaining interest from some major industry players.

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