1. Chemical raw materials used in the food industry
The food industry is one of the most diverse industrial sectors. Many branches of the food industry rely entirely on local agriculture. The continuous increase in product categories has led to the gradual adoption of new technologies and production processes. In addition, population pressure and uneven distribution of agricultural resources have an impact on the food industry, forcing food producers to improve distribution and logistics processes.
Another factor that still has a huge impact on the dynamic development of the food industry is the continued economic and marketing pressure, which forces the food industry to constantly "compete" for new customers. This is mainly because the food industry provides new and more diversified products to the market, with a large number of equivalents and substitutes. Global food production is increasing year by year. A large part of this increase is due to increased demand for processed foods and beverages, mainly in developing countries where the market is not yet saturated.
The food industry is an extremely diverse industry. The key to success is to be consistent with the changing needs of customers. To do this, it is extremely important to use the latest available strategies and technologies. Moreover, consumers are paying more and more attention to the ecology and quality of the food produced. The widespread application of modern technology enables customers to make wise choices about the products they consume. This is why food safety and preventive action plans will be one of the most important trends in the food industry in the coming years.
Structure of the food industry
Fruit and vegetable industry-mainly engaged in the primary and advanced processing of fruits and vegetables, used in many products, such as juice and fruit drinks, dried fruits, frozen fruits and vegetables, jams, jams and many other products.
Dairy industry-including the purchase and processing of dairy products, such as butter, cream, milk beverages, ice cream, mature cheese, processed cheese, cottage cheese, etc. In the dairy industry, hydrochloric acid is used to produce many products, such as curd and homogenized cheese or yogurt.
Sugar and confectionery industry-including the cultivation of sugar factories and the production of confectionery and pastry products.
2. Our company and our food products
MOSINTER GROUP is one of the main suppliers of raw materials for the food industry. In the food industry, we mainly focus on the supply of condiments, beverage emulsions and active substances. We provide more than 3000 vitamins, extracts, active substances, probiotics and other raw materials for food industry.
Our products are widely used in various fields of the food industry. We supply a series of extracts from exotic places.
We also provide high-quality vitamins, minerals and active substances. Our supply's advantage is that we can choose a small amount of raw materials. As a raw material supplier in the food industry, we provide customers with flexible services according to customers' unique wishes.
For raw material in food industry, our company mainly has the following types of products:
1). Food coloring, food seasoning
Food coloring is a kind of coloring, that is, food additives that can be consumed by people in moderate amounts and can change the original color of food to a certain extent. Food coloring is also the same as food flavor, divided into two types: natural and synthetic. Food coloring is mainly used to improve the color of food, and it can also improve the appetite and desire of customers to buy. It mainly includes acid red, acid yellow, and blue.
Food seasonings are mainly used to improve the taste of food and make food more delicious and sweet. The color of food is an important factor in the sensory quality of food. Our main products are sodium cyclamate, potassium sorbate, sodium saccharin, tartaric acid etc.
Vitamins are a kind of trace organic substances that humans and animals must obtain from food in order to maintain normal physiological functions. They play an important role in the growth, metabolism and development of the human body. Vitamins neither participate in the formation of human cells nor provide energy for the human body. Vitamins include various types, such as vitamin A, water-soluble vitamin C and so on.