LEAD THE ALTERNATIVE
FAT REVOLUTION

Imagine the possibilities for increasing your bottom line—offer your consumers products with the same great taste, functionality, and significantly fewer calories.

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Consumer Appeal + Less Calories = New Market Opportunities

If your product contains fat, it is ready for reformulation with Epogee’s alternative fat technology. EPG has achieved GRAS status from the FDA in 14 applications, and more to come. The vast majority of consumers are ready to buy their favorite foods if calories were reduced but taste stayed the same. This is your chance to grab valuable shelf space with foods that meet those desires.

confectioneries CONFECTIONERY
Baked BAKED GOODS, BAKING MIXES
Dairy FROZEN DAIRY & DESSERTS
Dips SPREADS, DIPS, GRAVIES & SAUCES
Pb NUT BUTTERS & SPREADS
Pasta GRAIN PRODUCTS & PASTAS
Protein bar PROTEIN/MEAL REPLACEMENT BARS
Chips POTATO / CORN CHIPS
Beverages BEVERAGES / BEVERAGES BASES
Coffee tea SPECIALTY COFFEE / TEA
Dairy analogs DAIRY PRODUCT ANALOGS
Battered breaded BREADED/BATTERED PROTEINS & VEGETABLE PRODUCTS
Plant proteins PLANT-BASED PROTEINS
Frying pan FRYING

EPG IN ACTION

Sound too good to be true? It’s not! EPG reduces calories from fat by 92% for each unit of fat replaced. The impact on your nutritional labels is nothing short of amazing. Check out the total calorie reductions and reduction in fat across these applications, made possible by EPG.

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FROZEN DAIRY DESSERTS

79% Reduction in Calories from Fat, 77% Total Calorie Reduction (EPG combined with sugar reduction)
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Ice cream

NUT BUTTERS & SPREADS

Keep all the properties of full fat nut butters—great taste, texture, spreadability and mouthfeel—while significantly reducing caloric content, when you use EPG in your nut spreads.

75% Reduction in Calories from Fat, 53% Total Calorie Reduction 
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POTATO/CORN CHIPS

74% Reduction in Calories from Fat, 44% Total Calorie Reduction 
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Chips

BAKED GOODS & BAKING MIXES

From fudgy brownies to muffins, cake mixes and more, baked goods made with EPG blends with baking shortenings and/or vegetable oils have significant reduction of total calories and absorbable fat—without any trade-offs in taste, texture and overall quality.

74% Reduction in Calories from Fat, 41% Total Calorie Reduction
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Cookies
71% Reduction in Calories from Fat, 39% Total Calorie Reduction 

CONFECTIONERY

In everyone’s favorite sweet treats, EPG is comparable to cocoa butter and fractionated palm kernel oil, with a similar sharp melting profile, mouthfeel, lubricity, surface sheen, and pleasing snap.

73% Reduction in Calories from Fat, 52% Total Calorie Reduction 
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Chocolate

FRYING

Crispy, golden, with that signature hint of roasted flavor—all the reasons to love fried foods, without all the calories from fat. EPG delivers the classic crunch and fresh-out-of-the fryer texture consumers crave.

73% Reduction in Calories from Fat, 37% Total Calorie Reduction 
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PLANT-BASED PROTEINS

72% Reduction in Calories from Fat, 50% Total Calorie Reduction 
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Patties

PROTEIN/MEAL REPLACEMENT BARS

71% Reduction in Calories from Fat, 42% Total Calorie Reduction 
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Application bar
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FAQs

How is EPG different than fat substitutes?

Because EPG has a melting point of 102º F, it remains solid at body temperature and does not present any gastrointestinal side effects.

Can EPG replace all the oil or butter in my recipe?

EPG can replace 50% to 85% of fat in a formulation, depending on the application.

Does EPG have any label claims?

EPG is GMO-free, gluten-free, allergen-free, trans-fats-free, vegan, kosher and Halal.

What does EPG taste like?

Like other neutral vegetable-based fats and oils, EPG takes on the flavor of the food it is used in.

How is EPG listed on an ingredient statement?

EPG is currently being labeled as “EPG (modified plant-based oil)”

1 Food Navigator USA, "IFIC Food & Health survey shows significant shift in consumer attitudes towards sugar, carbs," June 8, 2019, by Elaine Watson
2 Statista, "Global health and wellness food market value 2016-2021," August 2019
3 Review from Amazon user Julesy on Feb. 28, 2019; retrieved frohttps://www.amazon.com/Sweet-Nothings-Caramel-Clusters-Reduced/product-reviews/B07GFRMD14