SE Asia dairy focus

Dairy debunked: Ingredients could benefit SE Asian physiology

This content item was originally published on www.nutraingredients-asia.com, a William Reed online publication.

By RJ Whitehead

- Last updated on GMT

Related tags: Milk, Asia, Southeast asia

For generations, Southeast Asia has been a black hole for dairy, mainly because lactose has been seen as incompatible with regional physiology. But that is changing, says Sharon Gerdes, a food scientist and author. Ingredients like whey permeates could benefit conditions that affect millions in this part of the world. 

For generations, Southeast Asia has been a black hole for dairy, mainly because lactose has been seen as incompatible with regional physiology. But that is changing, says Sharon Gerdes, a food scientist and author. Ingredients like whey permeates could benefit conditions that affect millions in this part of the world. 

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