Which analyses to use for fibres measurement?

May 18th, 2020 Numerous methods exist to measure fibers. The most appropriate method will depend on different criteria, such as molecular weight, solubility, fibre type, etc. In the document, you will find which official recommended method to use in each case, forTotal Dietary Fibre (TDF) measurement, or Resistant Starch (RS) measurement.

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High Fiber Wheat on track to enter global market

May 2020, Sydney, Australia. Arista High Fiber Wheat, the first wheat ever developed with human health benefits, as a patented breaking through innovation, is being challenged by competitors. All disputes were settled at the end of 2019, under favorable terms to Arista… For more information : http://www.aristacereals.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/20200507-AristaPatentsPR.pdf https://www.foodprocessing.com.au/content/ingredients/news/high-fibre-wheat-set-to-enter-global-market-125552136

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HAW Great is this Wheat!

April 2020, Catalina Mihu, editor of Asia Pacific Baker & Biscuit edition, gives an update on High Amylose Wheat.  “The essential value of the HAW flour is that it brings a natural and very high content of fermentable fiber, called Resistant Starch (RS), which has a strong positive impact on blood glycemic load and human microbiota. Resistant Starch is…

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Glycemic response study

June 2019, Adelaide, Australia. High-amylose wheat lowers the postprandial glycemic response to bread in healthy adults. Replacing conventional with high amylose wheat flour is an effective strategy for lowering postprandial glycemic and insulinemic responses to bread. “On separate mornings, 20 healthy non-diabetic men and women consumed four different wholemeal or refined wheat breads made from conventional or high amylose…

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Resistant Starch in Wheat foods products

September 2018, CSIRO, Australia and Limagrain, France. Enhancing the nutritional quality of staple foods such as cereals offers a promising strategy for addressing poor diets. With this in mind, it has been developed  a wheat with high amylose content, which improves digestive health. Read more…

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Dietary fiber and its influence on gut health

September 2018,Quincy, USA. Scientific research focusing on gut health has exploded over the past few decades, and we are beginning to see how our gut health can affect the function of our immune system, our weight, and our risk for intestinal diseases… The gut microbiota is an ecosystem of over a thousand different species of bacteria, viruses, and archaea…

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Strong innovation for BSM team

May 2018, Quincy, USA. A Milling & Baking News article: Pete Levangie, Bay States Milling CEO, describes great potential in HealthSense high-fiber flour “HealthSense is much more socially acceptable than alternative fibers because it’s slow digesting and fermentable. We are focused right now on trying to build this ingredient business as a better fiber alternative from the ones you…

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Major commercial Milestones

April 2018, Sydney, Australia. Arista Cereal Technologies achieves major commercial milestones for its High Amylose Wheat; Commercial quantities will be available for a variety of food applications in the fall of 2018. Commercialization in other parts of the world will follow. “Our owners view high amylose wheat as a priority for their organizations to close the global fiber gap…”

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