Welcome to our news page! Here you will find the latest trends and developments regarding to plant-based ingredients.
Quality at Aminola
Guaranteeing a safe, high quality ingredient is one of the main pillars behind Aminola’s work ethic. By implementing a thorough risk management plan, on both a supplier and ingredient level, Aminola wants to differentiate itself in the supply chain. This systematic screening process ensures that all its ingredients conform to the strictest standards.
Tapioca starch is fit for both human food and petfood. It has a neutral taste and colour so it won’t affect the flavour and appearance of food applications. For petfood it provides great texture and shape for pellets and dry applications.
Global food issues
To find answers to the ever increasing food issues Aminola was founded seven years ago. "We are tremendously triggered when shortages occur in certain ingredients somewhere.
Sales manager for food applications: Erica van Boheemen
For the past three months, Erica has been involved in a wide range of projects, from ingredients for meat substitutes to plant-based dairy to sports nutrition. She brings extensive experience from various organisations in the food and petfood industry.
Banana powder and tapioca pearls featured
Today, there are two qualitative ingredients we would like to introduce you to: banana powder and tapioca pearls.
Dear relationships, Due to the corona virus, it is important for us to communicate clearly with you. By doing so, we would like to keep you updated on developments that are important to our business.
Interzoo 2020 has been cancelled
We are very sorry to tell you that, due to the corona virus, the Interzoo organizer has decided to cancel the trade fair for this year.
The new Aminola website is online! Aminola is happy to introduce you to our new website! A fresh, modern graphic design, with better navigation. Also, it provides easier access to more information on our company, products and other services.
Danube Soya (or Europe Soya) is an international, non-profit organisation that promotes the development of sustainable soya beans in the Danube region and Europe, and certifies non-GMO soybeans.