Meurens Natural: Pioneering the Way in Oat-Based Nutrition12 Sep 2023
Meurens Natural, a European trailblazer in the organic sector for more than 30 years and expert in hydrolyzed oat syrups, powders, and proteins.
Meurens Natural has been a pioneer in the organic sector and has been focused on producing clean label organic and natural cereal extracts for more than 30 years. With a unique and innovative production process, that is 100% in line with the organic philosophy, we are able to offer our customers ingredients that are all natural and organic. As the European specialist in cereal hydrolysis, Meurens Natural can hydrolyze a wide variety of cereals using flour and not only starch as in the conventional glucose industry.
Meurens Natural is a trailblazer that has earned an unrivaled reputation as the European expert in hydrolyzed oat syrups, powders, and proteins. With a steadfast commitment to quality, innovation, and sustainable practices, Meurens Natural has become an industry standard when it comes to cereal hydrolysis.
A heritage of hydrolysis excellence:
Meurens Natural can rely on a rich heritage in the food ingredients industry, tracing its roots back several generations. Established by visionary pioneers who recognized the incredible potential of organic and natural cereal-based food ingredients, the company's founding principles revolved around harnessing the health benefits of cereals. Through the years, Meurens Natural has honed its expertise, crafting cutting-edge solutions that cater to the evolving needs of health-conscious consumers worldwide.
Commitment to quality:
At Meurens Natural, the pursuit of excellence is a way of life. Every step of the process, from sourcing to production, is underpinned by a commitment to the highest quality standards. Only the finest, non-GMO cereals from trusted partners are carefully selected, ensuring that each product embodies the wholesome goodness of the natural grain. Rigorous quality control measures and state-of-the-art facilities guarantee that customers receive only the best cereal-based food ingredients.
Meurens Natural has earned its position as a European leader in the industry through its pursuit of innovation. The company invests heavily in research and development, continually exploring new methods to enhance the nutritional profile and versatility of cereals such as oats. From low sugar oat syrups (for example our OAT DE 17 base) that can be used for the production of sugar free oat drinks to the upcycling of oat syrup co-products into oat proteins, Meurens Natural remains at the forefront of plant-based innovations.
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Environmental stewardship lies at the core of Meurens Natural business philosophy. Thanks to our investment in responsible sourcing, energy efficiency, waste reduction, upcycling, and our carbon neutral initiatives, you can make your product more sustainable by using one of our ingredients.
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Meurens Natural places its customers at the heart of everything it does. By actively listening to customer feedback and insights, the company continually adapts and refines its product offerings to meet ever evolving demands. Meurens Natural values transparency and fosters a strong sense of community, encouraging an open dialogue with its consumers to build trust and loyalty.
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