Side Dishes

Improve the taste, eye appeal, processing and label of a wide range of side dishes with Briess natural specialty ingredients.

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InnoSweet Sprouted Whole Wheat Powder is a 100% pure whole grain natural sweetener that reduces added sugar on the label while adding natural sweetness and whole grain. Ready-to-eat.

Briess Standard and Specialty Malt Extracts are pure malt extracts that offer varying levels of color, flavor and sweetness. Made from 100% pure malted barley. Label as “Malt Extract”. Offered in liquid and powder. Ready-to-eat.

BriesSweet White Grain Sorghum Extracts are natural, gluten free sweeteners distinguished by light color and clean, wildflower honey-like flavor. They are produced only by Briess from the starchy grain heads of white sorghum. Other sorghum syrups are typically produced from the cane of the red sorghum plant, and have a harsh, bitter flavor and dark color. Made from 100% pure white grain sorghum. Label as “Grain Sorghum Extract” or “White Grain Sorghum Extract”. Offered as liquid and dry. Ready-to-eat.

BriesSweet Tapioca Syrups are natural, enzyme-produced sweeteners. They have a neutral flavor with varying levels of sweetness and viscosity, and little to no color contribution. Made from 100% pure tapioca starch. Label as “Tapioca Syrup” or “Tapioca Starch”. Offered in liquid and dry. Ready-to-eat.

Insta Grains® Pregelatinized Ingredients have reduced cook times to save you time and input costs by eliminating the need to soak or precook. Flakes maintain their structure in dough and batters. Made from 100% pure grain for a simple, clean label. Offered as conventional and ready-to-eat.

Specialty Sprouted Grains are grains that have been truly sprouted — fully soaked in water to initiated sprouting — then heat treated at the optimum time to preserve the sprout and healthy, wholesome character of the modified, nutritious grain. These whole grain ingredients naturally enhance flavor, adjust color, improve eye appeal and have no enzymes. An excellent way to increase whole grains while adding “sprouted” to the label.

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