Make your sports gels taste delicious

Active consumers are seeking convenient supplements on-the-go such as bars, protein shakes and gels which meet their nutritional needs (energy, hydration, recovery) and yet taste delicious.
Gels are an easily, digestible and quick supply of carbohydrate for energy before, during and after exercise.
At ITS, we have the expertise and knowledge to help manufacturers develop great tasting gels and supplements by improving on flavour and texture.
We work closely with customers to accomplish any goal such as enhancing recipes, developing a new product or even lowering costs.
ITS's range of solutions include those for masking, flavouring, enhancing texture, sugar reduction and increasing protein content.


Masking - MaskEX Sports™
This range has been designed to help mask bitterness, or other off-notes associated with protein, making it more palatable or helping to neutralize the base to add other flavours to it. The range is available in two formats: the first one is ideal for vegan protein-based products, and the second one for whey protein-based products.

Texture Solution - MouthTEX Sports™
This range of products have been developed to to create mouthfeel, texture and creaminess in a protein shake whilst helping to mask bitterness and graininess, creating a thicker and smoother style shake.

Sugar Reduction Solution - SweetLITE™
SweetLITE™ range of products has been proven to enable significant reduction in sugar content in various baked products and beverages whilst still retaining the true characteristics of their products.

If you would like to receive a sample of any of our products, or you would like to talk to us, please contact or give us a call on 0044 (0)1635 261920

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