The infant milk formula, sports nutrition, supplements, dairy, bakery, and confectionery are all industries that are extensively consuming demineralized whey protein. Demineralized whey (also called reduced-minerals whey) is produced by removing a portion of the minerals from pasteurized whey. It is produced by physical separation techniques such as precipitation, filtration, or dialysis. The acidity of demineralized whey may be adjusted by the addition of safe and suitable PH ingredients.
The Demineralized whey powder is produced from cheese in the dairy industry. It has an economical source of dairy solids, an alternative to sweet whey powder when lower mineral/ash content and high lactose content is desired to optimize nutritional or flavoring characteristics also it is an alternative to lactose when a moderate protein content provides added nutritional or functional advantages.
We produce demineralized whey powder 60% (D60) and 90%(D90). The term D60 or D90 means the level of demineralization in the whey powder. D90 is often used for infant nutrition like infant milk formula or infant food.
- Protein 11.0% - 15.0%
- Lactose 70.0% - 80.0%
- Fat 0.5% - 1.8%
- Ash 1.0% - 7.0%
- Moisture 3.0% - 4.0%