Cornelius expands European Health and Nutrition Range

Cornelius expands European Health and Nutrition Range

(Posted on 29/01/16)

Cornelius Group is expanding its health and nutrition offer throughout Europe. 

In recent years, our health and nutrition business has grown steadily in Europe but an increase in customers and partners on the continent has resulted in a need to extend our offering to meet demand. 

Cornelius Director of Health and Nutrition, Per Rehné, said: “We are taking large strides to further develop the range of leading manufacturers we work with and increase the availability of our expertise in food and beverage product innovation and manufacturing. 

“We recently attended Food Ingredients Europe in Paris to increase awareness of Cornelius and its expansion within the European market. The team had encouraging discussions with customers about our newly launched products (namely CorFibre, Milne dried fruit and insoluble glitters from Watson), which were very well received.

“In addition, the team were able to talk to prospective customers from all over the world, including the UK, Spain, France, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Russia, Egypt, Mexico and the USA.”

We offer a range of product solutions from colours and coating agents to food emulsifiers and proteins to vitamins and minerals. Supplied across a variety of applications for the sports nutrition, dairy, meat, fish, poultry, animal nutrition, confectionery, beverages, convenience foods and bakery market sectors, we have diversified our product and service offer in recent years.

We take our quality and service standards seriously, by constantly striving for excellence. Our supply partners only use high quality raw materials that comply with European food regulations and are able to ensure continuous supply, minimising disruption to customers’ production processes.

With Cornelius having full control, from production to delivery, customers can expect solutions to offer the highest product quality in conjunction with excellent customer service.    

For more information, contact Hannah Mead on 01279 714 300 or email ​