Arla Foods Ingredients introduces Nutrilac high-protein drinking yogurt

Nutrilac serves as nutritious and delicious snack

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Consumers are increasingly interested in foods and beverages with a high-protein positioning such as dairy products, beverages and bars. Dairy proteins have been, and still are, fueling the high-protein trend. With their many positive properties – like naturalness, taste, and functionality – there are many examples of creativity and innovation in the dairy protein space. For example, the number of launches of dairy drinking yogurts/fermented drinks with a protein positioning grew globally by a CAGR of 34% between 2015 and 2019. Today they represent 17% of new product launches in the category.

To support dairy companies in meeting customer demand, Arla Foods Ingredients offers with Nutrilac _ a high-quality whey protein range with excellent properties for producing a high-protein drinking yogurt as a nutritious and delicious snack.

Whey protein Nutrilac YO-8075

Consumers are increasing their awareness towards high-protein foods due to their numerous benefits. Producing high-protein drinking yogurt poses some challenges, as it is difficult to keep the finished product delicious and drinkable. By using Nutrilac YO-8075 it is possible to achieve a nice drinkable protein-rich drinking yogurt with an excellent taste.
Nutrilac YO-8075 provides many advantages in drinking yogurt. These include good mouthfeel; drinkable product with a pleasant viscosity; high protein content; and neutral, refreshing taste.

Nutritional value

Whey proteins are high quality proteins [high Digestible Indispensable Amino Acid Score (DIASS score)], rich in essential amino acids. The high level of EAA/BCAA contributes to the maintenance of muscle mass. The high level of cysteine can boost the glutathione production, a natural antioxidant in the body, and support the immune system. Last but not least, with the right formulation of our proteins, you can add an EU-approved ‘source of protein’ or ‘high protein’ claim.


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