Natural Quark, Yoghurt, Cheese Powders
We offer a wide range of 100% natural milk powders, including quark, yoghurt and cheese powders. Powders are obtained by spray drying of dairy products, such as low-fat natural yogurt, low-fat natural quark and even cheese. Such a method allows to avoid the process of denaturation of proteins and to obtain a high-quality final product with preservation of vitamins, minerals and nutrients, flavor and aromatic features of the product.
Advanced technology allows to create a beautiful, white, free flowing powder with extended shelf life. Powders are completely ready for use and have excellent solubility.
They are used in various products, including as ingredients for confectionery production, to impart or enhance the certain taste and aroma of natural yoghurt, quark, cheese. The recommended dosage is 1-5%.
Proposed natural milk powder will help enrich any product:
- Baby food;
- Ice cream;
- Pastry and cakes;
- Bakery: puffs, croissants, crackers;
- Fillings for chocolate and sweets;
- Bakery and confectionery mixtures;
- Sugary confectionery;
Quark and yoghurt powders
Milk powders can be used in a wide range of food products, including snacks, baked goods, ready-made meals, instant food, and confectionery. We offer quark and yoghurt powders of different fat content, made from cream or skim milk.
Yoghurt powder’s advantages are rich, distinctive taste and fresh aroma of yogurt. It is easily soluble in water and evenly mixed in powder mixtures. It adds to the end product an element of taste refinement and completeness.
We offer cheese powders, obtained by spray drying from: Gouda cheese, Italian cheese, Cheddar and Blue cheeses.
Gouda and Cheddar powders are used for various sauces, as an additive to pasta, appetizers and snacks. Italian cheese powder is used for salad dressings, seasonings and sauces. The original taste and strong flavor of blue cheeses powders will improve your special dishes.
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