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ADM To License Burcom’s Soy Protein Isolate Technology

November 15, 2010: 09:43 AM EST

Functional ingredient maker Burcon NutraScience Corporation plans to license its Clarisoy soy protein isolate technology to Archer Daniels Midland Company, which will produce, market and sell the isolates worldwide and pay Burcon quarterly royalties. Clarisoy is a 100 percent soluble and transparent isolate with low-viscosity in acidic beverages. Clarisoy is designed to be used in transparent protein fortified beverages such as juices, soft drinks and sport drinks in the low pH range. According to Burcon, Clarisoy is also heat stable in acidic beverages, allowing thermal processing, and lacks the "beany" taste typically associated with soy protein. The company says Clarisoy was found in recent studies to have better digestibility than conventionally prepared soy protein isolates, and a balanced amino acid profile.

"Burcon And Adm Enter Into Clarisoy Letter Of Intent", News release, Burcom NutraScience Corporation, November 15, 2010, © Burcom NutraScience Corporation
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