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Polylactose – a new “whey” to boost health

Posted on January 15, 2015, in Videos

Watch our video: Most Americans don’t get enough fiber in their diets. If research into an innovative new technology bears out, an underutilized dairy ingredient could soon provide a hidden, healthy fiber boost.

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A new whey to boost health

Posted on December 23, 2014, in Ag Innovation News

Read the full research report Watch a video about this report –by Dan Lemke Most Americans don’t get enough fiber in their diets. If research into an innovative new technology bears out, an underutilized dairy ingredient could soon provide a hidden, healthy fiber boost. An emerging research project at the Midwest Dairy Foods Research Center […]

Enhancing the functionality of delactosed whey: adding value for dairy and meat producers

Posted on March 14, 2014, in Research

Read the full report: Enhancing the Functionality of Delactosed Whey: Adding value for dairy and meat producers About this report: An increasing amount of whey is available world-wide due to increasing cheese production. Scientists have been working to identify beneficial components of whey to be functional and nutritional enhancers in food products. The use of […]

Modifications in the CIP protocols for removing biofilms on whey RO membranes

Posted on June 11, 2011, in Research

Read the report: Modifications in the CIP protocols for removing biofilms on whey RO membranes About this report: This report looks to evaluate a typical Common Industry Protocol, CIP, protocol against membrane biofilm isolates in planktonic and embedded states. Conclusions: The existing CIP protocol is inadequate to control membrane biofilms, and modifications such as enzyme […]

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