China Gives The Green Light To Whey Permeate Imports

Arla Foods Ingredients has welcomed the news that whey permeate can now be exported to China for use in food and beverage products. On 15 May 2020, China published an official safety and quality standard for using permeate powders in food processing – signifying that its market is ready to accept imports…

Whey Protein Hydrolysate Adds Sparkle To Crystal-Clear Sports Drinks

Arla Foods Ingredients is injecting some fizz into the sports nutrition category with its new Lacprodan HYDRO.Clear. The advanced 100 percent whey protein hydrolysate solution is specially developed for formulating sparkling protein waters. Lacprodan HYDRO.Clear is fat and sugar-free and delivers optimised taste, a low bitterness profile and long shelf…

Arla Foods Ingredients Launches Optimised Comfort Concept For Infant Formula

Optimised comfort is at the heart of a new whey protein-based concept for infant formula developed by Arla Foods Ingredients. Infant formulas contain significantly more protein than human milk. Since protein is hard to digest, this can lead to gastrointestinal discomfort issues in infants, such as colic and constipation, resulting…

New Concept Offers Indulgent High-Protein Biscuits Without The Downsides

A new concept from Arla Foods Ingredients will help biscuit manufacturers tap into the high-protein and healthy indulgence trends while overcoming technical challenges. According to Mintel, one in four consumers now looks for cookies or biscuits that are high in protein. The number of sweet and savoury biscuit launches in…

All-Natural Whey Proteins From U.S. Dairy An Essential Nutrient Source

All-Natural Whey Proteins From U.S. Dairy An Essential Nutrient Source A research study carried out by Nielsen in 2017 revealed that 37 percent of consumers in Singapore prioritise the quality of ingredients when purchasing or consuming food. As part of ongoing efforts to showcase the importance of dairy protein intake…

South American Consumers: We’ll Pay Extra For More Protein

Nearly two thirds of shoppers in South America are willing to pay extra for a food or beverage product that is higher in protein, according to a survey commissioned by Arla Foods Ingredients. Researchers from Lindberg International asked 4,000 consumers in Argentina, Brazil and Colombia if they would spend more…
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