Danisco cleared to release five bakery enzymes by Indonesian regulator

By RJ Whitehead

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Danisco cleared to release five bakery enzymes by Indonesian regulator
Indonesia’s food watchdog has approved five DuPont Danisco range of bakery enzymes, giving the ingredients access for the first time to Indonsia’s sizeable flour milling industry.

The National Drug and Food Control Agency gave its approval for PowerMill, which helps improve flour milling efficiency and extraction rate, and texture enhancer Grindamyl SureBake. 

The approval also means that Danisco’s PowerFresh Special range, which is based on G+ and G4 enzymes for better moisture and softness retention, and PowerBake 9000 and 9500, which combine the effects of xylanase and cellulose to increase water absorption, can also hit the market.

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​” said Lee Lai See, the company’s regional business director. 

Vikki Paterson, its Asean sales director, added, “Industrial bakers and flour millers in Indonesia can now include this range of enzymes in their formulation to meet the growing market demand for producing quality baked goods with better cost-in-use​.”

With this new approval, we can help our customers better differentiate their products in the marketplace​.”

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