Demand increases for cellulose in packaged food

05/4/2011 | Wall Street Journal, The

Demand is growing for cellulose, which is wood or plant fibers that can be a thickener and provide shelf stability, creamy texture and fiber. Reasons include a rising cost of other ingredients, a trend toward lower-fat food and increasing demand for processed food in China, India and elsewhere.

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