Our extruded rice and hemp crisps are made with high-quality rice flour and Brightseed's Bio Gut Fiber, an insoluble fiber made from hemp hulls.
Brightseed used their Forager AI® technology to identify hemp hulls as a rich source of two bioactive compounds which are associated with gut health*:
- NCT: N-trans-Caffeoyltyramine
- NFT: N-trans-Feruloyltyramine
PGPI Bio Hemp Fiber Crisps contain 20% fiber and are available now.
7 in 10 consumers regularly seek out food and drink to help improve their digestive health (Source: FMCG Gurus 2022) and digestive fiber has come into focus for consumers seeking a safe and effective option to support their gut.
PGPI's new Bio Hemp Fiber Crisps are formulated with a blend of rice flour and Brightseed Bio Gut Fiber for a range of different applications looking to deliver added dietary fiber content and gut health benefits.
PGPI crisps are uniquely designed to add a noticeable crispy and crunchy texture to products while delivering on nutritional requirements to target specific dietary needs.
Effective Fiber Source
High concentration of dietary fiber makes it easier to increase the fiber content for finished products to qualify as good sources of fiber.
Bioactives for Gut Health
Pre-clinical data demonstrates NCT and NFT as supporting gut integrity to help maintain healthy gut barrier function.*
PGPI crisps are specifically formulated to add texture in product applications that require a distinctive crispy or crunchy sensation.
Clean Label Declaration
Gentle processing releases the greatest amount of bioactive compounds from the hemp hulls, preserving their fiber and nutrient content without using solvents or chemicals.
- Gluten-Free Certified
- Kosher and Halal Certified
- Made with Brightseed Bio Gut Fiber - a whole food ingredient produced from only upcycled hemp hulls.
- Allergen free
PGPI Bio Hemp Fiber Crisps are ideal for use in:
- Snack bars
- Snack mixes
- Protein snacks
- Breakfast cereals
*Based on recently published preclinical data. (Bolster, D., Chae, L., van Klinken, J.-W., and Kalgaonkar, S. (2022). Impact of selected novel plant bioactives on
improvement of impaired gut barrier function using human primary cell intestinal epithelium. J. Food Bioact. 20: 11–16.).
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease (section 403(r)(6)(C)).
European Clients: PGPI prides itself on customer service. PGPI’s European warehouse and compliance with European regulations enables efficient delivery of our high-quality ingredients to European clients.