Niacet is a leading producer of organic salts, including propionates and acetates, serving the Pharmaceutical, Food, Feed and Technical industries. With two longstanding and fully automated manufacturing sites, located in Niagara Falls, NY USA, and Tiel, The Netherlands, Niacet offers world-class quality products to a global market.
Our products fill vital needs in a broad range of applications that are essential to everyday life including food preservation, antibiotic formulation, dialysis treatment, energy production, and more.
Niacet is a globally recognised company dedicated to the development of high quality products for the food industry. Offering a range of specialty products based on organic salts, functional blends and mixtures for food safety, shelf life extension and acidity regulation and flavouring, Niacet's food product portfolio consists of the following:
This includes the Probake and CrystalPro product lines (calcium propionate) and Niaproof lactylates.
Acidity regulation, flavouring and mineral fortification
The Progusta line consists of a variety of acetate derivatives, effective buffering agents and flavoring agents for various food products. The Progusta line offers products that can be used for low sodium foods as replacement for sodium (di)acetate.
Meat and ready to eat food (RTE) preservation
The Provian product offers a range of low dosage products for food safety and shelf-life extension for a variety of meat products. The Provian range has solutions for low-sodium and no-sodium products and has no negative impact on sensory parameters.
The latest addition to our product portfolio are vinegar based products, which can be labelled as (Dry) Vinegar, Neutralized Vinegar or Buffered Vinegar. They offer the same food safety and shelf-life extension as chemical preservatives, but without the need to mention an E-number and are therefore a true clean label solution. Please go to Provian NDV under Meat preservation for more information.
Our R&D department is ready to find solutions for specific food safety and preservation issues