EverGrain’s barley protein isolate made from upcycling brewers’ spent grains

Most people don’t realize barley has been part of human diets for more than 10,000 years, yet its potential is just being unlocked.

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Science shows barley is high in fiber, including heart-healthy beta glucan, a good source of protein, and contains important vitamins and minerals.

Enter a hot new barley protein isolate, EverGrain‘s EverPro, made from upcycling the barley grains leftover from the beer-brewing process. Due to its high-protein bioavailability and quantity of performance-forward branch-chain amino acids, upcycled barley protein has promise of aiding muscle recovery, especially when incorporated into sports nutrition foods and drinks.

Want to learn more? Visit www.barley-protein.com

You can meet the EverGrain experts at Bridge2Food‘s Plant-Based Foods & Protein’s Summit Europe, 21-23 June in the Netherlands.

On the afternoon of 22 June, Steffen Munch, Global Senior Director R&D, will be speaking about “Barley Proteins & Fiber for New, Most Sustainable and Tasty Applications.”

Summit information here.

Summit program here.

Summit registration here

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