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solubles

liquid containing soluble and very fine suspended particles in water or solvent. Mostly by-products of fermentation for the manufacture of alcohol. A good dietary protein supplement.
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We could not be more excited to announce this transaction, as we believe the combination of Alliqua BioMedical and Soluble Systems will enhance our competitive position with a world-class portfolio of regenerative solutions, said David Johnson, Chief Executive Officer of Alliqua BioMedical.
Finally, alter the process to minimize the soluble starch in the white water system.
We spoke a bit with Geistas about the market for solubles in different countries.
Fortunately for the coffee industry as a whole, those in the soluble trade take a more "live and let live" approach.
For the most part, the soluble market doesn't use high quality, so I don't know if this is impacting them as much as it would a roaster who's selling whole bean.
The solubles market was created because of the desire for a product which delivered the flavor of coffee in instant form.
Ellen Jordan Reidy, president of AMFOTEK, thinks the increase in consumption of the soluble coffee product category is "attributable to its use as a constituent ingredient of other products (cappuccino, granitas, etc.
November production for RiceX(TM) Solubles surpassed the highest previous month's output by 400%.
Growth and development in European soluble markets is in turn now bringing significant change to the sector's major suppliers; this is exemplified by the recent experience of the Spanish company SEDA.
RiceX has commercialized the process and currently markets the products under the trade names RiceX Solubles and RiceX Fiber Concentrate.
Soluble is expanding dramatically, especially in demand from the former Eastern block countries," said Joseph Massoud, commercial director for Ultramares/ Geneca, Ecuador's leading coffee exporters and soluble manufacturers.