NUTRITION BARS THEY WILL STOCK UP ON

Satisfy consumers’ appetites for something tasty and nutritious.


FEEL-GOOD NUTRITION BARS, ONLY BETTER

EPG delivers the texture and taste of traditional fats with dramatically fewer calories. Fats play an important role in nutrition bars by delivering taste, texture and satiety. With EPG, you can gratify consumers with nutritious, wholesome bars that are satisfying and irresistibly delicious.

For example, a traditional protein nutrition bar weighs in at 310 calories and 22g of total fat including 11g of saturated fat, per serving—while a protein nutrition bar made with EPG boasts just 180 calories and 5g of total fat including just 3g of saturated fat, per serving.

The nutrition bar category is crowded, with lots of trial and little loyalty. Formulating with EPG can help you encourage all-important consumer loyalty by bringing people back with amazing taste.

NUTRITION BARS 

71% Reduction in Calories from Fat, 42% Total Calorie Reduction 
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GROW YOUR BRAND WITH EPG 

EPG opens new market opportunities for food and beverage companies who want to make their indulgent products more permissible and their feel-good products better. You do not have to compromise consumers’ enjoyment for calorie reduction.

What does that mean? With EPG, you can:

  • Expand opportunities for brand extension
  • Maintain taste of your beloved iconic brand
  • Attract a new audience
  • Build a competitive advantage
  • Grow market share


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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)”