• Lactose: Lactose is a sugar which is found most notably in milk. Lactose makes up around 2–8% of the solids in milk. Lactose stimulates the synthesis of B-vitamins by the intestinal bacteria in both mammals and poultry.

  • Whey Powder: Whey powder is a by-product of cheese-making and is recognized as a value-added ingredient. Whey contains high quality protein, lactose, minerals (e.g., calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc), vitamins, and traces of milk fat.

  • Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC): Mainly used by feed manufacturers, whey powder concentrate also finds application in the food industry and may be used for the production of baby food. It is also a competitive alternative for skimmed milk. The whey protein concentrate is a distinguished protein source.

  • Demineralised Whey Powder (DWP): Demineralised whey powder is a good source of nutritionally balanced whey and lactose. It has low mineral content and versatile functionality. Demineralised whey powder is eminently appropriate for the production of baby food and infant food because it is a good source of high-quality protein and a source of active peptides.


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