Corman provides best quality through innovation
Products are made solely through physical and natural transformation of dairy cream or butter sourced from quality-certified European suppliers
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Living up to a name that has become synonymous with innovation and high quality, Belgian brand Corman recently launched another industry first – a pre-laminated butter sheet that is ready to roll out straight from the fridge. Marketed as Corman Express, the butter sheet delivers convenience and time-savings to craftsman bakers and food service professionals on top of exceptional performance. Corman Express will be available in Asia starting this January.
“We remain true to our founding ethos of constant innovation as we aspire to bring the best in quality and ease of use to meet our customers’ evolving needs,” says Jean-Marc Schevenels, business unit director of Corman’s professional division. “We’re able to do this because we have always been a pure play company focused on delivering value from our unique expertise in milk fat.”
In marking its 80th anniversary last year, Corman celebrated a history of industry breakthroughs such as the first commercial development of anhydrous milk fat, fridge-spreadable butter, butter in sheets and ready-to-use roasted butter. It also launched ButterSign, a revolutionary range of natural butter flavours enhancing some of the major authentic top notes present in dairy butter.
Taste and wellness come together in Corman’s products. The company has diversified to low-fat butter and is the first to introduce cholesterol- and saturated fat-reduced butter. To date, Corman’s butter and functional milk fats are sold in more than 80 countries.
“As a technological leader, Corman offers sophisticated products, but naturalness remains a core value,” says Daniel Busch, business unit director of the food industry division. “Corman products are made solely through physical and natural transformation of dairy cream or butter sourced from quality-certified European suppliers.”
The Limbourg-based company sees opportunities for its premium offerings in the United States, Canada and Asia, particularly in China, South Korea and Japan. Corman is open to exporting tailor-made blends to suit regional preferences and private labelling opportunities with strong local brands. For its consumer butter products, Corman seeks quality-minded distributors with established networks.