Ingredia Functional Launches New Solution for Creamy Greek Yogurt

23 May 2013 --- In a yogurt market increasingly saturated, Ingredia Functional develops innovative solutions in line with consumer trends: PROMILK 600A: 600A for creamy Greek yogurt.

Ingredia Functional offers highly functional and easy to use ingredients. Their use enables manufacturers to produce a type Greek yogurt: creamy, smooth while maintaining a good nutritional profile.

The company is also highlighting how manufacturers can combine quality (organoleptic and functional) and cost-saving on pudding formulation? Ingredia Functional offers the ideal functional and quality solutions to produce creamy, indulgent and cost-effective puddings. Discover PROMILK CD range which is specifically adapted to desserts, such as pudding.

Desserts and pudding have to be “pleasure” products for consumers. In this context, Ingredia experts have developed solutions particularly adapted to the formulation of indulgent puddings. To answer needs and specific characteristics of each world regions, Ingredia Functional offers two different products: PROMILK CD 01 and PROMILK CD 02.

PROMILK CD 01 is a functional and ready-to-use solution specifically designed to offer milk-base puddings. This ingredient combines quality of the pudding and cost-saving on recipe. Using milk and PROMILK CD 01, you will obtain a perfect creamy and shiny pudding which will be easily spoonable. PROMILK CD 01 provides a milk taste to the finished product.

PROMILK CD 02 has been developed for water-based pudding recipes. This highly functional ingredient is ideal to formulate cost-effective and quality desserts. In a recipe based on water, PROMILK CD 02 provides creaminess, mouthfeel, spoonability and shininess to puddings.

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Ingredia Dairy Experts

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Ingredia Dairy Experts is a French dairy company which develops and manufactures dairy powders, functional & nutritional milk proteins, and natural bioactive ingredients for the worldwide Food and Nutrition & Health industries.

Ingredia shares its know-how and offers tailor-made solutions via three Business units:

Ingredia Essential:

  • Milk powders and dairy solutions for the Food industries,
  • Ingredients specifically developed for the chocolate manufacturers,
  • UHT milk for overseas markets.

Ingredia Functional:

  • Functional milk proteins offering a wide range of unique functionalities - creaminess & texture booster, fat replacement, yield improvement, clean label recipes, high protein products - for food sectors: fresh dairy products, cheese…,
  • Nutritional milk proteins with highly nutritional properties: mass gain, recovery, weight management… for diet, sport, clinical & infant markets.

Ingredia Nutritional:

  • Bioactive ingredients for Health industries perfectly adapted for food supplements, functional foods and drinks
  • A range of products for stress management, immunity, gut health, urinary tract care…

Through listening to market demands and those of its clients, as well as being an expert in the field, Ingredia develops targeted, innovative solutions, adaptable to individual expectations.

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