Dawn Foods’ (Evesham, Worcs) new concentrate is 97% fat free with a sodium content of less than 300mg per 100g serving.The concentrate requires the addition of flour, sugar and water, and can be used with inclusions, says Dawn. Inclusions need to be fat free so as not to compromise the total fat content of the finished product, it adds. The concentrate produces a soft muffin without the ‘rubbery’ mouthfeel often associated with low-fat products, says the company.Dawn’s premium Adore range of individually wrapped muffins includes a triple chocolate and a blueberry and redcurrant muffin. The company offers a selection of muffin sizes from mini muffins to the jumbo muffin. New flavours include lemon and sultana, oat bran and raisin, and raspberry and apple.To enable bakers to put their own signature on the basic products a semi-finished ‘Scoop and Bake’ muffin batter can hold a whole range of inclusions, says the company. It is available in vanilla, double choc, blueberry and blackcurrant and raspberry varieties.
He will join the club’s under-21 squad after spending the past two weeks on trial, during which he featured in three games. The former Inter Milan midfielder, who also had a trial with Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester, will join fellow recent signings Filippo Costa, also of Italy, and Argentine Tomas Andrade in the under-21s. Bournemouth have signed Italy youth international Alessandro Cannataro on a one-year contract, subject to international clearance. “The way of playing and of training (in England) would be perfect for me,” Cannataro said last month. “They always give 100 per cent, always concentrated and give their best in every match. This is what suits me best.” Press Association
Ghana defender Richard Kissi Boateng and Midfielder Solomon Asante left for DR Congo on Thursday night to join their new club TP Mazembe.The players who played a part in Ghana’s 2013 Africa Cup of Nations campaign in South Africa signed for the Lubumbashi-based side before the tournament.Kissi and Asante caught the eyes of Mazembe officials after their impressive performance for Berekum Chelsea in last year’s CAF Champions League.“It’s a great honour for me to move a step ahead in life, my move to Mazembe is a big platform for me”, Kissi Boateng told JOY Sports before their departure“Mazembe is a great club so I’m hoping to make a mark there”.They will now play along with former teammate at Berekum Chelsea Gladson Awako and former Asante Kotoko captain Daniel Nii Adjei.