Lawrenceville, NJ (6 Sept 2016) – iTi Tropicals, Inc. (iTi), North America’s leading supplier of bulk tropical fruit juices, purees and concentrates, announces the launch of its new Innovation Blog . In the spirit of the company’s long history of innovation, the blog will act as a dynamic creative outlet for the company and its employees to bring new thoughts and ideas to the food and beverage industry.
The blog will serve the marketplace by offering thought leadership on topics like Non-GMO and clean labels, dairy-free and vegan ingredient options, and more.
“We are always looking for ways to add value for our customers and the industry at large,” says iTi Tropicals president and founder, Gert van Manen. “Our goal is for our Innovation Team to become a crucial resource for the industry by leading the way on the development of new products, applications, trends, and more.”
Followers of the blog will discover exciting applications for tropical ingredients in everything from beverages and baked goods to soup and salad dressing. The blog will also feature video content from the iTi Innovation Kitchen.
Kristen Doran, Technical Services & Innovation Manager at iTi, is actively involved in research and development at the company. “With this blog, we look forward to becoming a leading resource for food and beverage development. Our team is always thinking up new recipes and applications that we can’t wait to begin sharing with the world.”
About iTi Tropicals
iTi Tropicals Inc., a leader in the exotic tropical fruit product category, is an independent company headquartered in Lawrenceville, N.J. Since 1988, iTi Tropicals has grown to become a leading U.S. supplier of processed tropical fruits. iTi maintains an extensive inventory of both frozen and aseptically packed tropical and exotic fruit purees, juices and concentrates. Their sole business is importing high-quality tropical ingredients from manufacturers worldwide who meet their quality standards. iTi products include acai, acerola, banana, coconut cream, coconut water, dragon fruit, guava, mango, mangosteen, papaya, passionfruit, and tamarind.