Planteneers – The Plant Based Pioneers
“The future is plant-based.”
Feeding a growing world population is a global challenge, and plant-based alternatives are enormously important in meeting it. Plant-based alternatives to meat, milk, cheese or deli foods are successful on the market only when they give consumers an eating experience that is as close as possible to the accustomed flavor and texture they’ve grown to love. That’s a real challenge when you’re working from completely different, plant-based raw materials.
The “plant-based revolution” is not just one of the dominant international food trends, it is also a very apt description of the development of Hydrosol. A specialist for stabilizing and texturing systems, within just a few years the company has grown to become one of the key players in the burgeoning market for plant-based alternatives. Decades of Stern-Wywiol Gruppe experience in food and process technology, especially by our sister company Hydrosol, are in their DNA. Planteneers bundles all the key capabilities in the manufacture of plant-based foods, with an unmatched bandwidth of knowledge on applications, raw materials and textures.
With this uniquely comprehensive toolbox, Planteneers developed plant-based meat, dairy and deli alternatives for food manufacturers around the world. From the choice of raw materials for custom functional systems and pilot tests to upscaling for mass production, they offer everything from a single source. Nobody but Planteneers can do that, and Mays is proud to promote the technology of such an innovative company.
Planteneers GmbH, headquartered in Ahrensburg, develops and produces individual system solutions for plant-based alternatives to meat, sausage and fish products, as well as cheese, dairy products and deli foods. Mays is proud to partner with such an innovative company and is excited to promote their technology. Planteneers has access to the knowledge of some 100 R&D specialists and the extensive applications technology of the large Stern-Technology Center in Ahrensburg, Germany. As part of the Technology Center.