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CoaGel opens new manufacturing plant


January 8, 2008
By Bakers Journal

Jan. 8, 2008, Guelph, Ont. – To meet the increased demand for its trans
fat-free shortening replacement, CoaGel Corporation has moved into a
new manufacturing plant in Guelph.

Jan. 8, 2008, Guelph, Ont. – To meet the increased demand for its trans fat-free shortening replacement, CoaGel Corporation has moved into a new manufacturing plant in Guelph.
The business was established in 2006. Following many
years of research, food scientists in Guelph optimized an ingredient
manufacturing process to turn nutritious liquid vegetable oils into an
innovative and unique material called Coavel. Coavel can be used to
replace ordinary shortening, margarine and baking fats commonly used in
the food and confection industries. As a result, Coavel reduces the
amount of trans fat and saturated fats in a wide range of the food
products that we enjoy eating.
"Our challenge now is to build
the production capacity to meet the strong demand for Coavel" says
CoaGel Corp. president Bob Plummer.

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