Nexira, a world leader in acacia gum offers natural solutions for the food and health industries

With the opening of a new spray-drying tower in Marudur, Tamil Nadu in 2019, Nexira will be able to supply large quantities of spray-dried acacia gum. Easy-to-use in a large array of applications, acacia gum offers technological properties (emulsifier, stabilizer, texturizer, coating, or encapsulating agent), nutritional properties (fiber enrichment), and health benefits (prebiotic effect).

Nexira offers natural solutions for food industryWith this new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at Marudur, Nexira can supply large quantities of spray-dried acacia gum dedicated to this growing Indian market. Nexira's engagement with India is no stranger, it opened its office in Mumbai in 2012 to cater to the needs of global and local customers. With India being the largest consumer of acacia gum, the Indian food and grocery industry ranks sixth in the world.

Considered a world leader in acacia gum, Nexira claims it controls the entire supply chain and can confidently assure that each product is of the highest quality standards. This trust is built on over a century of experience in raw materials and long-term partnerships with a reliable supply chain and a fully realized portfolio.

Its quality assurance system regulates all the stages in its own laboratories, from production to delivery of the product to our customers. The Indian production unit is certified FSSC 22000, ISO 9001, BRC, Kosher, Halal, and Sedex.

Thanks to the company's long experience and leadership in acacia gum, its technical team has a full understanding of food, nutrition, and healthcare applications. Indian customers will be supported to develop new formulations using acacia gum for its unrivalled technological properties and for claiming nutritional or health benefits.

The company’s reinforced teams, based in Mumbai and Marudur, provides strong technical assistance and sales support to Indian customers. Its new production and warehouse facilities enable it to respond to specific markets and customers' needs across India.

 

 

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