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International whey processors, researchers, and product developers united with leading nutrition, food, and beverage subject matter experts at the 2022 International Whey Conference (IWC). Held in Chicago from September 11-14, discussions were focused on the bright and innovative future of whey.
From new scientific research and market developments likely to impact the future state of the whey industry, to growing global opportunities for whey ingredient applications, the biennial conference was abuzz with information, trends, and ideas. Many presentations put a spotlight on dairy’s commitment to environmental stewardship and its progress towards greenhouse gas neutrality. Researchers shared how the science on whey ingredient health benefits has expanded beyond protein and muscle health to include lipids, carbohydrates, and metabolic health. Innovative technologies were introduced that further advance the processing and functionality of whey for product development.
At this year’s IFT16 show, Elizabeth Crawford from FoodNavigator-USA visited the USDEC booth to find out what opportunities exist for manufacturers when formulating sodium-reduced products to preserve taste, save money on raw materials and increase consumer acceptance. The following are insights from our video discussion on reducing sodium with U.S. permeate.
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The opportunities for innovation with U.S. whey ingredients truly are infinite when creativity and imagination combine to craft new flavors and textures with commercial appeal. Unleashing young, emerging talents from around the world can unlock the potential of U.S. dairy to meet global consumer trends.
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Food scientist and editor Donna Berry recently presented on the endless possibilities of innovating with dairy ingredients at the 18th Annual Dairy Ingredients Symposium.