3D sweetener maker Lampados expands plant
Caesarea, Israel – Lampados International is expanding its plant to increase production of its vegan, egg-free 3D meringue kiss sweetener for hot drinks.
The BRC- and kosher-certificated facility will produce 8,000 retail packages of Liteez per day in the first stage, and will double production within a few months. The company invested more than $500,000 US to increase production of the sweetener, which is available as either a stevia- or sucralose-based product.
“Production is now fully automated and modular, to allow maximum flexibility for increasing capacity as well as creating additional, customized sweeteners,” said Noam Kaplan, chief executive officer of Lampados.
Lampados Ltd., a family-owned company that specializes in tabletop sweeteners and health products, such as sugar-free syrups, was founded in 1975.
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