ST. LOUIS -- By using patented and patent-pending technology, Ribus Inc. has expanded the use of rice bran into several possible categories: emulsification, beverage fortification and fiber. The process uses no heat to stabilize and transform rice bran into ingredients which are both nutritional and functional, according to Steve Peirce, president. All applications to date are prototypes. "Nu-RICE ingredients can be used in a number of food and beverage applications," said Peirce. "Our ...

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