Davisco boosts capacity & launches whey protein forms as demand continues to ‘expand rapidly’

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BioZate proteins can be incorporated into bars, and into sheeted or extruded snacks without introducing firm textures, said the company
BioZate proteins can be incorporated into bars, and into sheeted or extruded snacks without introducing firm textures, said the company

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Minnesota-based Davisco has increased the production capacity and extended its BioZate product line, a family of hydrolyzed whey proteins that complements our portfolio of whey protein products for food and nutrition applications.

The company’s BioZate whey proteins are manufactured utilizing a proprietary process, and are all processed to over 90% purity designed for a wide variety of food and nutrition products such as beverages and snack foods.

BioZate3 is heat-stable and is perfect for nutrition applications with its high digestibility, while BioZate7 is a new exceptionally clean-flavored protein, avoiding the bitter notes often associated with hydrolyzed protein, said the company.

“BioZate7 is the most recent in a generation of specialty whey protein ingredients that reflects our expertise in high purity, high quality proteins”​ explained Craig Sherwin, PhD, Technology Director at Davisco.

“The global marketplace for hydrolyzed whey proteins continues to expand rapidly across a variety of applications, and BioZate7 will meet our customers' needs.”

David Curta, Director of Sales at Davisco, added: “The addition of a clean-flavored, highly purified hydrolysate is an excellent addition to our well-established portfolio of premium whey proteins ingredients favored by customers worldwide.”

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