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Fabumin develops new egg replacer, gaining interest from Grupo Bimbo and Häagen-Dazs
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Plant-based Dairy & Egg

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Jul 2, 2024

Fabumin develops new egg replacer, gaining interest from Grupo Bimbo and Häagen-Dazs

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  • Fabumin, an Israeli manufacturer of plant-based egg alternatives, has developed a multipurpose egg replacer made from upcycling legume water waste (aquafaba). The aquafaba is dried by a low-energy technology developed by Fabumin, and it has reportedly gained interest from food companies Grupo Bimbo and Häagen-Dazs.

  • The new patented technology involves distilling the wastewater into a denser form and drying it into a powder (20%) while purifying and reusing the majority of the cooking water (80%). This method recycles significant amounts of water and minimizes waste, providing a sustainable solution for the food industry.

  • According to the company, the egg replacer is free from allergens and mimics the taste and texture of conventional chicken eggs. Moreover, it is claimed to be devoid of issues that commonly affect chicken eggs such as salmonella and price fluctuations due to supply chain issues.

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