Bellevue Ingredients & Solutions Launches GEM PLUS Functional Durum Wheat Flours

Gem Plus is a range of functional durum wheat flours that can be adapted to all bread making processes and bakery applications. According to a press release, it can solve problems such as volume, softness, freshness, annealing after freezing, machinability, etc.

The new range of flours guarantees optimal results, consistency and constant quality, and allows industrial processes to be optimized while adhering to a clean label approach.

Gem Plus allows bakers to take advantage of the many benefits of durum wheat: more taste, a bright golden color, added fiber and protein, increased hydration for better yield, less stickiness, fewer defects on the lines and all this without the need to modify the label.

The new range consists of:

– GEM PLUS SOFT: Helps bring softness and freshness to products. For use on milk bread, brioches, soft breads;

– GEM PLUS VOLUME: Helps bring volume to products such as baguettes, ciabatta, croissants;

– GEM PLUS RHEOL: For easy to work doughs. For application on laminated baguette, croissants, chapati;

– GEM PLUS BAKE-OFF: To improve the conservation of frozen dough. For use on baguettes, ciabatta;

The company also offers customized formulas developed according to production constraints and specifications thanks to their team of R&D experts and mastery of blend technology.

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