EDGE2EDGE 8.0

Well, my ride is finally over after 2 months on the road. Every day my riding buddy and I remarked on how lucky we were to be able to do a bicycle tour like this one.

Much of my ride was in rural and agricultural areas of the south. The breadth and depth of agricultural activity in our country is stunning. I’ve been around farms and the food industry my whole career and the magnitude of our agricultural capabilities today as a nation is outstanding. We truly are an agricultural superpower.

My colleagues and I at EDGE Ingredients are committed to helping the food industry use some agricultural waste streams more effectively and improve consumer foods with highly functional, clean label ingredients. We are focused on local waste streams now but have plans to produce other novel gelling "FiberColloids" from other fruit and vegetable materials like carrots, onions, beet, and celery. We are looking forward to that.  Oh, and we have other incredible game-changing sustainable, plant based ingredients coming from our development pipeline....cutting-EDGE!  

To all of you who sent messages of support through my ride, thanks a million.

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