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January 23, 2013
VIBY, DenmarkArla Food Ingredients, maker of Lacprodan® HYDRO.365 and DI-7017 proteins, launched its new Nutrilac® protein solution for yogurt manufacturers. The process allows yogurt manufacturers to produce Greek-style yogurts on their existing plants with reduced waste levels.
Greek yogurt is enjoying considerable success as consumers flock to the high-protein products. Mintel reported Greek-style yogurts composed16 percent of spoonable yogurt launches in 2012. With Arla's Nutrilac proteins, manufacturers can boost protein levels to the traditional Greek yogurt standardssome containing up to 10-percent protein.
Greek and Greek-style yoghurts often command a significant price premium in store, and offer food manufacturers an excellent opportunity to increase their margins," said Torben Jensen, application manager at Arla Foods Ingredients. "As a result, companies are keen to enter the sector, but many are prevented from doing so by the high cost of the specialist machinery required and the low yields and high levels of waste generated."
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