China’s plant-based enzymatic market - food tech news in Asia

Recently, Dashu Group, located in Gaoxin district in Shandong province, has officially started producing an annual output of 100,000 tons of plant-based enzymatic ingredients. The company has successfully produced a batch of plant-based enzymatic oat powder, the first on the market.

Plant-based enzymatic oat powder is not a common ingredient. It contains β-dextran, cellulose, and other dietary fibers that are good for the human body. Oat powder . . .

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