At home or in institutions, the swallowing disorder known as dysphagia is a growing concern among caregivers and medical professionals. Typically seen in older adults suffering from neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease, or those suffering from cancer-related radiation treatments, dysphagia requires nutritional solutions that emphasize safety and fast hydration while minimizing pain, disruption, and discomfort.

We offer ingredient choices and years of industry knowledge in developing palatable, colorful, nutrient-enriched foods that address the specific requirements of dysphagia-related formulas, such as clean flavor, no off-taste, stickiness or flavor masking.

We understand the primary methods of formulation while staying ahead of the curve in evolving trends, such as snacking and finger foods for lighter dysphagia patients to ensure sufferers are properly and adequately treated.

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Our Products

Product Type Function Viscosity
KELTROL® Xanthan Gum Learn more
  • Thickening
  • Gelation
  • Texture
  • Fast Viscosity Onset

  • Tunable & Consistent
  • Viscosities

  • Gel-Like Cohesiveness

  • Acid Stability

  • Sensitive to Electrolytes
  • KELCOGEL® Gellan Gum Learn more
  • Gelation
  • Gelled Liquids

  • Gelled Foods

  • Low Set Temperature Grades

  • Forms Soft
    Cohesive Gels

  • No Syneresis
    Synergies with Electrolytes
  • GENU® Pectin Learn more
  • Thickening
  • Thin Liquids That Gel in Acidic Media like Gastric Fluid

  • High Gel Strength
  • GENUVISCO® Carrageenan Learn more
  • Thickening
  • Gelation
  • Fast Viscosity Onset

  • High Extensional Strength Gel Cohesiveness

  • Stability
  • GENUGEL® Carrageenan Learn more
  • Gelation
  • Firm Textures
  • GENU ® Gum Learn more
  • Thickening
  • Stabilizing
  • Higher Viscosity Resistance to Other Ingredients (Vitamins, Proteins…)
  • SIMPLESSE® Microparticulated Whey Protein Concentrate Learn more
  • Mouthfeel
  • Protein Enrichment