Non-GMO Pea ProductsPea Fibre & Pea Protein

N2 Ingredients is an exclusive partner and supplier of the Nutri-Pea line of Pea Products. The product line includes Pea Protein, Pea Starch, and Pea Fibre. All products are processed in a dedicated gluten-free facility, are certified Non-GMO, while all providing both functionality and nutrition.

  • High nutritional value
  • Unique functionality
  • Gluten-free
  • GMO-free status
  • Neutral in taste and colour
  • New product opportunities
  • Better labeling possibilities
  • Low GI

Pea Protein

Propulse™ offers customers an easy means of vegetable protein enrichment. Pea proteins are high-quality proteins with digestibility comparable to the best animal proteins. Pea Proteins also have an excellent amino acid profile. Propulse Pea Protein has a minimum protein level of 80% on dry basis.

Pea Fibre

Centara III™ is a natural food-grade vegetable fibre, manufactured from the bran of Canadian golden field peas. The raw materials, Golden Canadian Field peas are not genetically modified - Centara III™ is therefore suitable for a GMO-free label.

Centara IV™ is a natural food-grade vegetable fibre, manufactured from the bran of Canadian Yellow peas. The raw materials, Golden Canadian Field peas are not genetically modified - Centara IV™ is therefore suitable for a GMO-free label.

Centara 5™ is a natural food-grade vegetable fibre, manufactured from the bran of Canadian Yellow peas, offering a superior level of total dietary fibre. Canadian yellow peas are not genetically modified - Centara 5™ is therefore suitable for a GMO-free label.

Pea Starch

Accu-Gel™ is a food-grade, native vegetable starch offering excellent gel strength, white color and bland flavour. Provides unique properties unlike that of wheat, corn and potato starches. Its superior gelling properties allow it to be used at a 20-30% lower usage level offering economic advantage to meat and confectionery industries in particular. It offers good body and mouth feel without altering flavour. This native starch provides food manufacturers with "clean labeling" opportunities.