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DAT-Schaub France enriches its offer with a large choice of vegetarian recipes
Issued on 3 December 2015
Since June 2014, on its ultra-modern site in Moreuil in Picardy, entirely dedicated to the manufacture of technological and culinary mixtures,DAT-Schaub France produces all the mixtures necessary for the professionals of the delicatessen industry for the manufacture of all their traditional recipes.
This site is designed to satisfy all the demands of professionals in the meat products and ready-made meals sector in terms of personalized formulations and specific packaging, while guaranteeing perfect food safety. The team of chefs, flavourists, technologists and production managers of DAT-Schaub France meets all requirements in terms of taste, texture, visual appearance or conservation, but also all packaging requirements from ready-to-use sachets to big bags. Thanks to this new production tool with an annual capacity of more than 7,000 tons, designed from the outset for perfect control of cross-contamination and allergen risk, DAT-Schaub France further enhances its food safety guarantee and allows its customers to fully focus on their manufacturing business.
The growing tendency of French consumers to adopt a flexitarian diet, that is to say, one that places less emphasis on meat consumption, has led DAT-Schaub France to develop a complete and efficient range of mixes for the preparation of vegetarian products. In order for this new offer to fully fulfill its role as a meat substitute, the range of recipes is very varied, from typical French gastronomy dishes to exotic dishes. Thus, in addition to vegetarian sausages and tuna-style soy pavé à la basquaise or sautéed à la dijonnaise, there are vegetable dumplings, chili “sin” carne, lasagna, tajine… not to mention burgers and nuggets. All these products are made from soy proteins or a mixture of soy and pea proteins, two ingredients that DAT-Schaub France has mastered perfectly and has been “exploiting” for a long time their functional and texturizing properties. DAT-Schaub France is indeed one of the first French importers of soybeans, and therefore has a solid expertise of its different qualities and their choice according to the desired uses. It is thanks to this mastery, as well as to its know-how in the field of aromas, that DAT-Schaub France can offer high-performance products without meat, but rich in taste.