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Asia Pacific: Indonesia approves 5 DuPont Danisco’s enzymes for use

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Indonesia has recently approved five enzymes from the DuPont Danisco range of ingredients for bakery solutions.

With this new regulatory approval, DuPont can now offer an extensive range of enzymes to the Indonesian bakery and flour milling industry.

The Indonesian National Drug and Food Control Agency, Badan Pengawas Obat dan Makanan has approved the following:

– POWERMill – helps improve flour milling efficiency and extraction rate,

– GRINDAMYL SUREBake – improves bread volume and enhances texture and color of noodles,

– POWERFresh Special range – based on G+ and G4 patented enzymes to help with better moisture and softness retention in baked goods throughout the shelf life,

– POWERBake 9000 and 9500 – two range of solutions that combine the effects of xylanase and cellulose to increase water absorption and yield for bread flour.

“This is a significant milestone for DuPont and we are proud to be the first company in Indonesia to receive regulatory approval for our G+ and G4 anti-staling amylases,” says Lee Lai See, regional business director, food enzymes, ASPAC.

“For the past three years, we have worked very closely with the relevant authorities to ensure that our products meet the strict standards and comprehensive reviews set by the BPOM in Indonesia,” adds Chen Qiang, regulatory affairs manager, ASEAN.

“We are pleased that these five enzymes have passed the review process and are now available in the Indonesian market.”

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