How Milkfat-based Ingredients Can Add to Your Next Product Launch
Thanks to new research, full-fat dairy products now have a more positive outlook among consumers. Recent studies found that milkfat ingredients may not negatively affect heart health, nor contribute to obesity or Type 2 diabetes in consumers. The food industry is embracing milkfat ingredients as important to modern diets. In fact, applications using various forms of milkfat had a global market size of $49 billion in 2015 and is expected to grow to $53 billion by 2020.1
Consumers’ New Appreciation for Full-Fat Dairy
Milkfat was once removed from food formulations due to health misconceptions. But thanks to new studies, milkfat ingredients are making a comeback as they may not have negative effects of heart health, obesity and Type 2 diabetes after all. Susan Larson, Associate Researcher at the Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, explains how manufacturers can make the most of milkfat’s revitalization in the latest Dairy Detective column from Dairy Foods magazine.
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Clean and Functional Baking with U.S. Dairy
U.S. dairy ingredients help address the need for more nutritious and clean label baking. Dairy’s breadth and depth offer enhancements for bread, cakes, cookies and other bakery applications. The end result is finished bakery products that meet consumers demand for simpler, recognizable ingredients.
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Discover the Dynamic U.S. Dairy Story
A collection of downloadable brochures feature the multifaceted strengths and products that the current U.S dairy industry offers. Dynamic growth and attention beyond just the U.S. market has resulted in one in seven tankers of American milk going into products sold overseas. As global demand continues to rise, the U.S. dairy industry is primed and ready to meet the challenge.