Company description

Royal Avebe is a market-oriented cooperative of starch potato growers. We take responsibility for the whole process, from crop to shop. We are on top of trends, and our international experts help food producers worldwide with the right application of our potato-based ingredients. From plant-based burgers with the perfect texture and taste, to Asian noodles with the perfect bite, to plant-based desserts that requires no cow, we strive to eliminate allergies, e-numbers and unnatural additives.

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: Anti-allergens |Dairy |Dairy Replacement More

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News about Royal Avebe

Avebe substantially increases potato-protein production for plant-based market

9 Dec 2021

Avebe substantially increases potato-protein production for plant-based market

Royal Avebe, a Dutch cooperative of starch-potato growers invests € 66 million in its innovation and sustainability programme this year. Most of these investments are linked to the Solanic potato-protein capacity.

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21 Oct 2019

Plant-based foods and drinks spur new ingredient development

The growing popularity of plant-based foods and beverages has boosted innovation among ingredient suppliers to meet diverse manufacturer demands, from dairy-free cultures for flavour and food safety, to flavours and emulsifiers for improved taste and texture.

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16 Sep 2019

Suppliers respond to shifting demands for emulsifiers

The fat reduction trend has been a driving force behind expanding demand for emulsifiers in Europe, and demands continue to change, with an increased focus on natural, clean label and sustainable options.

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5 Nov 2018

Allergen-free foods gain momentum

Launches of allergen-free foods have increased in recent years – and not just because of increased prevalence of food allergy.

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