What is IceUP!?
.. Polish components for the production of vegan ice cream.
For the love of the world of plants, we have created an innovative product whose composition is based solely on vegetable ingredients. IceUp! are components for the production of unique velvety vegan ice cream – without lactose, without milk protein, because it is a vegan product, but also without chemical food additives. IceUp! draws as much as possible from the world of plants. Our intention was not to create a product only devoid of animal ingredients but above all nutritious, using the nutritional value of plants to the maximum. The structure-forming role in our mixtures is played not by polysaccharides (carbohydrates), but the highest quality plant protein isolates. It is a product not only 100% vegetable, but also providing high-quality vegetable protein. Ice cream made on the basis of IceUp! components are suitable not only for vegans, but also for people with lactose intolerance and allergy to milk protein, as well as for athletes looking for products enriched with vegetable protein.
IceUp! - We're breaking the ice
Components for the production of plant ice cream based on vegetable protein isolates.
We are well aware that in terms of technology, plant materials are much more demanding. Systematic control, diligence and mindfulness are essential – this is our task. We offer you a proven product, standardized in a unique package form. The package includes:
- mix of plant protein isolates, sugar, glucose, inulin
- the right amount of unrefined vegetable oil
- flavor additives
We want to simplify the preparation phase as much as possible and avoid dosing errors. Therefore, the weights of individual components are selected so that you do not have to carry out weighing processes when preparing ice cream.
All components in the package are enough to mix with a certain amount of water to produce protein-fat emulsions. IceUp! components are intended for the artisanal production of “hard” creamy plant ice cream (hardened ice cream, deep-frozen at -18 to -30°C) on a typical technological line.